Bureaucrat Ashok Khemka, who had questioned a land deal of Vadra, said the report "vindicated" his action but did not go deep enough, while the Congress defended the former Hooda government, saying all decisions were in accordance with the law.

"The public was always convinced there was a massive scam in Haryana," Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson G.V.L. Narasimha Rao said on Thursday.

"It just confirms the allegations that were being made... Vadra's company was extended undue favours and he made massive gains by misusing the authorities," Rao explained.

"The Congress government had bent all rules allowing them to make windfall gains. Action will be taken by the state government, the report (of CAG) has already been tabled," he added.

Senior IAS officer Khemka, who was embroiled in controversy over Vadra's land deals, on Thursday tweeted: "My action in VADRA-DLF land-licence deal vindicated in CAG report, but continue to suffer the stigma of chargesheet.

Latest News from State News Desk