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Vadra Expose  Booklet 28.04.2014
Vadra Expose  Booklet 28.04.2014
Vadra Expose  Booklet 28.04.2014
Vadra Expose  Booklet 28.04.2014
Vadra Expose  Booklet 28.04.2014
Vadra Expose  Booklet 28.04.2014
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Vadra Expose Booklet 28.04.2014

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  • 1. 1 Lakh 300 Crore Damad ShreeThe Vadra ‘get-rich-quick’ model
  • 2. About land purchase by Shri Robert Vadra in Haryana M/s Skylight Hospitality was floated by Mr. Robert Vadra as a registered company in November‐ 2007 with one lakh rupee of equity capital. In February‐2008, the Company registered the purchase of 3.531 acres of agriculture land in village Shikohpur, Sector 83, Gurgaon for Rs. 7.5 crores using a false cheque. Cheque No. 607251 for Rs 7.5 crores was shown as payment made to the vendor M/s Onkareshwar Proper es in registered deed No. 4928 dated 12.02.2008. It was claimed in the deed that Rs. 45 lakhs towards stamp duty was also paid in cash by M/s Skylight Hospitality. The advances received from M/s DLF were used to pay for the cost of land and stamp duty later on 9th August 2008. The land with commercial colony license permission for 2.701 acres was sold to M/s DLF for Rs. 58 crores. As per clause 3 (a) of a collabora on agreement dated 5th August, 2008, the possession of the land was already handed over to M/s DLF. A total considera on of Rs. 58 crores for sale of land and commercial colony license was received as follows:  Rs 5 crores on 03.06.2008  Rs 10 crores on 27.03.2009  Rs 35 crores on 07.10.2009  Rs 8 crores on 25.07.2012 A Le er Of Intent for commercial colony license was issued with great speed by the licensing authority, Director Town and Country Planning Haryana, on 28.03.2008, within just 18 days of the applica on made. The commercial colony license was similarly granted in great hurry on 15.12.2008 against the applica on made on 18.11.2008. The license was renewed on 18.01.2011 and permi ed to be transferred on 03.04.2012. The value of 3.531 acre land shot up by Rs. 50 crores due to the commercial colony license permission accorded to the company by the government. The value of the LOI/ License was Rs. 50 crores which was hawked to M/s DLF Retail Developers (now DLF Universal). The fortunes of M/s Onkareshwar Proper es soared from Rs. 6,783/‐ as on 31.03.2005 to a bank balance of Rs 70.84 crores, net investments of Rs 85.27 crores and fixed assets of Rs 9.76 crores within a period of 6 years as on 31.03.2011. Ques ons to Smt. Sonia Gandhi and Shri Rahul Gandhi Mrs. Sonia Gandhi, Mr. Rahul Gandhi and Mr. Robert Vadra must come clean on the land deals of Mr. Robert Vadra and his companies and answer the following ques ons to the na on. 1. With a cash & bank balance of Rs. 1 lakh, how was cheque no. 607251 for Rs. 7.5 crores issued by M/s Skylight Hospitality to M/s Onkareshwar Proper es on 9.2.2008? Who paid the Rs. 45 lakhs in cash towards stamp duty on 12.02.2008? 2. Whether the cheque no. 607251 belonged to Skylight Hospitality and whether the cheque was presented to the bank for encashment?
  • 3. 3. Who are the beneficial owners of M/s Onkareshwar Proper es? What was the quid pro quo for the sweetheart deal with M/s Skylight Hospitality? 4. What was the real purpose of M/s DLF Retail Developers when it paid M/s Skylight Hospitality advances of Rs 6.5 crores on 05.06.2008, Rs. 1 crore on 10.06.2008 and Rs. 0.55 crore on 12.06.2008? Were the purposes of these advances changed at a later date? 5. Was the payment of Rs. 7.95 crores (Rs 7.5 crores towards cost of land and Rs 45 lakhs towards stamp duty) not paid to M/s Onkareshwar Proper es on 09.08.2008 vide cheque no. 978951 a er receiving advances from DLF as above? 6. What assessment was made of the technical and financial capacity or intent of M/s Skylight Hospitality to develop over two lakhs square feet of commercial complex before issuing the LOI in a hurry within 18 days of the applica on on 28.03.2008? 7. A Collabora on Agreement dated 5.8.2008 was entered into between M/s Skylight Hospitality and M/s DLF Retail Developers to develop a commercial complex at the site. Why was an unregistered agreement entertained by the licensing authority against the provisions of the Registra on Act leading to loss of crores of State revenues? 8. Why was the commercial colony license granted in favour of M/s Skylight Hospitality when it was clear in the applica on for grant of license and other correspondence that the actual developer would be M/s DLF Retail Developers (renamed DLF Universal)? 9. When M/s Skylight Hospitality had already entered into an agreement to sell the land against which Rs. 50 crores was received as advance against sale and possession of the land was handed over to M/s DLF, why was the commercial colony license renewed in favour of M/s Skylight Hospitality on 18.01.2011? 10. Under what statute is the colony license permi ed to be transferred and sold? 11. The transfer of the land was completed before August, 2008 as per sec on 2 (47) (v) of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Was tax paid by M/s Skylight Hospitality in the AY 2009‐10 (FY 2008‐09) on the short term capital gains of Rs. 50 crores which accrued to the company and if not, what penalty proceedings have been ini ated against the company by the Income Tax authori es?
  • 4. 12. Do Mr. Rahul Gandhi and Mrs. Sonia Gandhi support the business model of Mr. Robert Vadra? The business model of Mr. Robert Vadra is kleptocra c ren ering from the discre onary licensing and change in land use permissions of the government. 13. What went behind the scu ling of the thema c audit, “Issue of licenses for development of colonies etc. a er release of land” in Haryana by the Comptroller and Auditor General on 3rd June, 2013? Likely offenses involved: 1. Offences under sec ons 9 and 13 of The Preven on of Corrup on Act, 1988. 2. Offenses under sec ons 417, 467, 468, 471 and 120B of IPC for non‐disclosure of material facts in the renewal applica on of M/s Skylight Hospitality, viz, that it had entered into an agreement to sell the land and received Rs. 50 crores as advance against sale of land and that the possession of the land was handed over to the buyer. 3. Offence under sec on 82 of the Registra on Act, 1908 for making false statement in the registered deed No. 4928 dated 12.02.2008. 4. Offences under sec ons 217 (5) and sec on 628 of the Companies Act, 1956 for showing false book overdra of Rs 7.94 crores in the balance sheet of M/s Skylight Hospitality as on 31.03.2008. Viola on of Haryana Ceiling on Land Holdings Act, 1972. Mr. Robert Vadra started acquiring land in Haryana from 9th Sept 2005. As on 7th Dec 2009, the total land acquired and owned in Haryana by Mr. Robert Vadra including his wife and his companies was 147 acres or more, against the permissible limit of a maximum of 54 acres. The limit is less in case the land acquired is of be er category (ceiling is 18 acres for ‘A’ category land). The permissible limit was first exceeded on 9 Jan. 2008 which is con nuing ll date. The declara on of surplus area is mandatory under sec on 9 within 3 months of the acquisi on. Ques ons to Smt. Sonia Gandhi and Shri Rahul Gandhi 1. Why was no ac on taken against Mr. Robert Vadra for exceeding the permissible limit under the Haryana Ceiling on Land Holdings Act, 1972 and failing to make the mandatory declara on under sec on 9.
  • 5. Likely offense involved: 1. Non‐declara on of surplus area is an offense under sec on 21 of Haryana Ceiling on Land Holdings Act, 1972. Destroying Ins tu ons, bligh ng the honest and rewarding the corrupt The governments of Congress ruled states have been reduced to vassals under the Gandhi‐Vadra family. The ins tu ons of the State and their statutory apparatuses are being destroyed, the honest and sincere officers are ac vely discriminated against and hounded and the corrupt are rewarded and promoted. The BJP asks the following ques ons from the first family of the Indian Na onal Congress. 1. An IAS officer who handled change in land‐use and colony license permissions for nine years from 2005 to 2013 in the office of the Chief Minister Haryana was appointed Member of UPSC in September, 2013, i.e., 5 months a er his re rement. The officer had re red in the rank of Addi onal Secretary. The post of Member of UPSC is normally meant for officers in the rank of Secretary to Government of India. What considera ons weighed in the appointment? 2. Why is the statutory order dated 15 October, 2012 of the Director General Consolida on of Land Holdings, Haryana under sec on 42 of the East Punjab Consolida on Act of 1948, cancelling the land muta on between M/s Skylight Hospitality and M/s DLF Universal not implemented ll date? Are some individuals bigger than the rule of law? Can a Commi ee of three IAS officers appointed by a Congress Chief Minister conduct a fair and independent inquiry against the Gandhi‐Vadra family? Can this Commi ee usurp the authority of the High Court and nullify a statutory order? What is the credibility of the Commi ee of three IAS officers, of whom one member was Principal Secretary, Town & Country Planning Department and in whose tenure the commercial colony license was wrongly renewed on 18.01.2011? What considera ons weighed upon the Government in extending the service of the Chairman of this Commi ee a er his re rement from the IAS?
  • 6. Ques ons to Smt. Sonia Gandhi and Shri Rahul Gandhi about land purchase by Shri Robert Vadra in Rajasthan 1. Is it a fact or not that Mr. Robert Vadra through his various companies like Skylight Realty Pvt Ltd, Real Earth Estates Pvt Ltd, Sky Light Hospitality Pvt Ltd etc. purchased about 1634 hectares lands in Rajasthan’s Bikaner district between June 2009 to August 2011. For what purpose such huge chunks of lands were purchased in various parts of Bikaner district. 2. Is it a fact or not that the western districts of Rajasthan receive the maximum solar radia on and solar energy was sought to be promoted under the overall policy of encouraging non‐conven onal energy. With this end, solar park was sought to be established as per the solar policy of Rajasthan Government were by more than 700 companies have registered themselves with a proposal to generate more than 16,000 MW of solar power. 3. Is it a fact or not that as per Government of India policy the Government of Rajasthan was to establish a land bank to provide land at 10% of DLC rate to investor for solar energy? Quite aware of all this Mr. Robert Vadra through his front companies had purchased most of the land near the Highway or near the grids sub‐sta ons taking benefit of the very helpful a tude of the Ashok Gehlot led Congress Government of Rajasthan. 4. Mr. Robert Vadra very well knew that land around power sub‐sta on would be valuable once Government announces incen ves for solar power genera on because solar plants situated close to sub‐sta on are most economical because with less investment power can be evacuated. 5. Is it a fact or not that companies were forced to purchase land from Robert Vadra’s companies at huge cost who were desirous of producing solar power. The then Congress Government in Rajasthan was working in perfect co‐ordina on with Robert Vadra to facilitate huge return for his investment.
  • 7. 6. To help him even the Agriculture Land Ceiling Provision of Rajasthan were amended. Under sec on 4(J) of 1973 Land Ceiling Act the maximum permissible area in the desert zone is 175 acres. Since the huge purchase of 1634 hectares approximately was clearly viola ve hence an Amendment was passed in a hurry in 2010 by the then Ashok Gehlot’s Government exemp ng such companies which wanted to establish project but for that it was important to get prior Government approval for specific project related non‐agriculture purposes to avail the exemp on beyond the permissible limit. 7. The Agriculture land in huge chunk purchased by Shri Robert Vadra companies are much in excess of the ceiling limit and no land use change for specified projects has been taken. Therefore is it not a fact that for failure to furnish proper factual returns, Sh. Robert Vadra must suffer the prosecu on for offences under the Act punishable with imprisonment for two years. 8. Is it not a fact that Mr. Robert Vadra has not established any project in public interest nor encouraged investment? Infact he has traded with huge chunks of land of hundreds of poor farmers for undue enrichment in viola on of law which is clearly punishable.
  • 8. Janta Maaf Nahi Karegi

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