Ashok Khemka justified his decision of ordering a probe into the irregularities of the land deals of Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of the Congress president, Sonia Gandhi saying that he had no ulterior motives behind the order. Whistle Blower and IAS officer Khemka said on Friday, "It's like asking the motive of an SHO who sees a rape and files an FIR in a place where hundreds of rapes go uninvestigated or unaccounted."
The four deputy commissioners from Gurgaon, Faridabad, Palwal and Mewat claimed that there were no anomalies in the land deals of Vadra in Haryana during the past seven years after the probe ordered was completed.
He added "You are obfuscating the attention of public by asking these motivated questions. If you want to know the 'motivation aspect', you can request the government to seek the motivation aspect of it”. He said that his order was a mere inquiry. He also said that he was unaware of the report details submitted by the Dcs quoting his termination of service on October 15 as the director general of land consolidation.