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CBI conducted raids in Bhupinder Singh Hooda’s residence in Rohtak and 30 other locations in Delhi-NCR.

New Delhi: The CBI Friday registered a new case against former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda and others over alleged irregularities in land allocation and carried out searches at 30 locations in Delhi-NCR, officials said.

A team of officials from the agency arrived early morning at Hooda’s residence in Rohtak, Haryana, they said.

According to the officials, 30 locations in the Delhi-NCR region are part of the probe, the officials said.

The agency is tight-lipped about the details of the case as the search operation is underway.

The case is understood to be related to alleged irregularities in land allotment, sources said.- PTI


Also read: CBI files chargesheet against ex Haryana CM Hooda and others in AJL land allotment case


 

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