Now, Rao Inderjit accused of developing illegal colony Cong MP had obtained CLU for Unitech

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Tribune News Service

Gurgaon, August 13
A day after rebel Congress MP from Gurgaon Rao Inderjit Singh sought a probe into the CLUs for diversion of 21,000 acres of agricultural land for commercial and industrial purposes in his Lok Sabha constituency, the CM’s camp has accused the Rao of developing an unauthorised colony himself.

In a joint statement issued here today, Health Minister Rao Narender Singh, Chief Parliamentary Secretaries Dan Singh and Anita Yadav, MLAs Rao Dharampal and Aftab Ahmed and party spokesman Jitender Bhardwaj stated that the Congress MP was involved in developing an unauthorised colony on about 50 acres near Rao Gopal Dev Chowk along Narnaul Road in Rewari without obtaining the requisite licence.

“When the state government stopped Rao Inderjit from developing the unauthorised colony, he started levelling wild allegations against the state authorities,” they maintained.

They alleged that the Congress MP, in collaboration with real state company Unitech, had also obtained CLU permission for 70 acres from the Haryana government. They also accused Rao Inderjit of having got the Rewari master plan modified to get the bypass closer to his land to enhance its value.

“Moreover, the MP sought and got favours from the Haryana government to benefit his close aide based in Gurgaon on not one but several occasions,” they asserted.

The CM’s men, however, failed to clarify why the state leadership should not be held guilty for granting favours and undue benefits to the MP.

Gurgaon MP Rao Inderjit Singh could not be contacted for his comments despite repeated attempts.

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