Action against Ashok Khemka only after CAG report: Hooda
Rohtak: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Wednesday said any action against senior IAS officer Ashok Khemka, accused of committing irregularities in a Rs eight-crore deal of state warehousing corporation, will be considered after the submission of the CAG report on the matter.
"Action would only be considered after the submission of CAG report," Hooda said here on being asked to comment on the government`s decision to recommend a CBI probe against Khemka.
On January 18, the Haryana government had decided to recommend a CBI probe against the whistleblower IAS officer, who had questioned Robert Vadra-DLF land deals, for irregularities while awarding tender for foodgrain godown roofing to a Gujarat-based firm when he was the Managing Director of Haryana State Warehousing Corporation (HSWC) in 2009.
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