The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Thursday directed the Haryana DGP to constitute a special investigation team (SIT) comprising three Haryana cadre IPS officers, preferably natives of other states, to probe allegations against former Haryana Congress MLA Ram Kishan Fauji of seeking Rs 5 crore bribe to get change of land use (CLU) permission in Gurgaon.
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The directions came from the Division Bench comprising Justices Surya Kant and A B Chaudhari. The court also dismissed Fauji’s plea seeking vacation of stay put by the Division Bench on its single judge bench’s order of February 27, 2015, wherein the judge had quashed Haryana Lokayukta order to register an FIR against him.
Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) leaders had in September 2013 released a CD that purportedly showed Fauji seeking Rs 5 crore for getting CLU permission.