New Delhi: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Monday said his government has nothing to do with the land deals involving Robert Vadra and those making such allegations can approach the Lokayukta to probe the matter.
"Haryana Government has nothing to do with it (land deals). Whoever is saying this, is misleading. If anybody can prove that even an inch of government land (was used) then I am ready to leave my post today. They can even appeal in the Lokayukta," Hooda said.
During an election rally in Hisar today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the Election Commission to take serious note of Hooda clearing the land deal between Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in law Robert Vadra and DLF, alleging that it was done hastily as the party faced "certain defeat" in the October 15 Haryana Assembly polls.
"They (Hooda government) know that after the elections, the son-in-law (Vadra) will not get any clearances for illegal deals. So, in between the election process, they have dared to take such a decision," Modi said.
"I think Hooda was pressurised from the top (Congress leadership) to take such a decision," he added.