No Vendetta politics in Vadra land deal probe: Rajnath Singh
Union Home Minster Rajnath Singh on Friday said Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) does not practice vendetta politics, a statement that comes against the backdrop of the Government of the North Indian state of Haryana ordering a judicial probe into the Robert Vadra land deal case.
"This much I can assure the countrymen that as far as our government is concerned, we do not do vendetta politics. We want to take everybody along and want to ensure everyone's development," he told reporters here.
Haryana government had on Thursday formed a commission to investigate grant of license to some entities, including Vadra's company, for developing commercial colonies in Sector 83 of neighbouring Gurgaon.
Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said if Haryana government wants to investigate and inquire into the land deals during the previous Congress government, where does the question of vendetta arise.
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