CBI court framed charges against Congress leader Bhupinder Hooda in AJL plot allotment case

Apr 16 2021 02:04 PM
CBI court framed charges against Congress leader Bhupinder Hooda in AJL plot allotment case

Chandigarh: Former Haryana CM and veteran Congress leader Bhupendra Singh Hooda have received a major setback from the CBI court in the AJL plot allocation case. On Friday, the special CBI court in Panchkula has fixed charges of corruption on Bhupendra Hooda. The CBI court has framed these charges under Section 420, 120B of the IPC, and Section 13 of the Prevention of Corruption Act in the AJL plot allocation case. That is after the charges are framed, the main trial will start from the next hearing. 

In this case, the court turned down the petition to cancel the case filed by the defense. When the court gave its verdict, Bhupendra Singh Hooda was present in the court. Now the next hearing of this case is going to be held on May 7. According to the information, in the hearing to be held on May 7, the process of recording the statements of the witnesses will begin. Let us know that Congress leader Motilal Vora was also accused in this case, but he has died. 

It is noteworthy that while holding the post of CM, Bhupendra Singh Hooda was also the head of Haryana Urban Development Authority, during which time the plot was again allotted to AGL. It was alleged that Bhupendra Hooda and other officials had illegally allotted land in 2005. In this case, many times CBI raids were conducted on Bhupendra Hooda's hideouts. 

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