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Friday, 19 February 2021

Hooda, 21 others summoned in plot allotment case

Bhartesh Singh Thakur
Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, February 18

The Special Court under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), Haryana, on Thursday summoned former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and 21 others in Enforcement Directorate's (ED) industrial plot allotment case which included three IAS officers and allottees.

Earlier, ED had filed a prosecution complaint against the accused before the special court in Panchkula under various Sections of the PMLA.

Besides Hooda, who was the chairman of Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) when the allotments were made, the other accused included former HUDA Chief Administrator Dharam Pal Singh Nagal, former administrator HUDA Surjit Singh, former Faridabad Zonal Administrator HUDA Narinder Kumar Solanki, former Chief Controller of Finance HUDA Subhash Chandra Kansal and former Superintendent HUDA Bharat Bhushan Taneja.

The accused allottees included Anupama Sud, Kanwar Preet Sandhu, Renu Hooda, Mona Beri, Aman Gupta, Nandita Hooda, Ashok Verma, Dr Ganesh Dutt Rattan, Pardeep Kumar, Dagar Katyal, Lt Col OP Dahiya (retd), Pawan Kansal and Manjot Kaur. One plot was allotted to M/s YPT Entertainment House Private Limited, which is made an accused along with its then Director Sidharath Bhardwaj. Nandita Hooda's firm M/s Chandigarh Softech Pvt Ltd has also been named as accused.

The accused have to appear in the Special Court on March 5.

from The Tribune

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