Aftab Ahmad, MLA from Nuh constituency, was Vadra's real-estate man in Mewat, alleges Om Prakash Chautala, chief of the Indian National Lok Dal, which is the principal oppostition party in Haryana.
In fact, the Vadra land deals are said to be what got Ahmad the Congress ticket in the 2009 assembly elections.
Refuting the allegation, Ahmad has said that he owned the land he sold to Real Earth Estate, Vadra's company, and that his family has been in politics for three generations.
His becoming a legislator had nothing to do with Vadra, he says.
Chautala claims that the 27 acres in Shakarpuri village in Mewat district were sold between May 11 and 25, 2009 for Rs 2 lakh an acre, while the circle rate (the minimum rate set by the government) was Rs 16 lakh, and the market rate, Rs 50 lakh.
Of the 27 acre, 17 acres belonged to Ahmed's wife, mother and two sisters-in-law.