Hooda has no property in Goa: Haryana Govt

PTI, CHANDIGARH | 27 January 2010 08:28 IST

Haryana government today denied reports that Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda had any property in Goa over which a local panchayat has reportedly decided to issue a notice to him.

Hooda's Media Adviser Shiv Bhatia said that reports from Panaji that a bungalow was being constructed by the Chief Minister in Assagao village near Panaji were "totally false and baseless".

He said Hooda has no property at all in Goa and wondered how such reports emanated.

Bhatia was reacting to reports from Panaji which quoted Pradeep Naik, Sarpanch of Assagao village, that the panchayat has decided to issue show-cause notice after locals alleged that norms were not followed in the construction of a bungalow, in which Hooda purportedly had interests.

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Can it be true that within just two years in power a politician like Koda can amass property of more than 4000crores? How many Kodas will be there in Goa?

- Vishwas Prabhudesai, Loliem | 29 th January 2010 13:27