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Ashok Khemka

'The Motive Is To Sully My Reputation'

Oct 22, 2013 Ashok Khemka

The IAS officer, who shot into limelight for questioning controversial Robert Vadra-DLF land deals, alleges that news about him is being spread 'to instill a sense of fear in others as to what would happen in the event the desire of the political mas

'To Ensure That The Clean Chit To Mr Robert Vadra Looked Credible...'

'...the indictment of the undersigned was imperative, which was carried out in the crassest manner possible'

'I Have Not Made Any Comments In Person'

Aug 12, 2013 Ashok Khemka

The senior IAS officer refutes reports in a section of the media that the allegations against Robert Vadra have been made by him in person.

The Conscientious Objector

An impartial investigation into Robert Vadra’s questionable land deals is the last thing the government wants at the moment. Proving that Ashok Khemka erred in taking action is its uppermost priority.

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