Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) chief Om Prakash Chautala on Tuesday rubbished the state government inquiry ordered to investigate into the alleged land dealings involving Robert Vadra in Haryana.
Chautala demanded the probe to be conducted by a sitting Supreme Court judge, saying that Bhupinder Singh Hooda government might try to "hush-up the matter to protect Sonia Gandhi's family".
"IAS officer Ashok Khemka has exposed the DLF land dealings in the state," he said.
"Those, who colluded to ensure undue favours to Vadra, are now investigating the same case. How can one expect a fair probe in such a scenario?" Chautala said.
Chautala went on to claim that the state government had framed policies to ensure undue benefits to real estate firms.
He went on to stress on the formation of a third front at the national level. "People are fed up with Congress and the BJP has also miserably failed to give any firm alternative. I am in touch with several leaders in the direction of forming a third front," he said.