Justice JS Narang Commision probe the allegation of irregularities to Power and Irrigation Minister Rana Gurjit Singh in the sand mines auctions, and Justice hand over the 90 page report of clean chit to the Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh. Justice Narang said that there was no loss of revenue and the auction was carried out in a transparent manner through e-tendering process. “The CM has marked the report to the chief secretary and asked him to revert with his comments within two weeks,” said an official spokesmen. CM gets the report form Justice Narang in the morning after meeting at his residence office.Though Justice Narang refused to discuss the contents of his report calling it “confidential”, sources say the report attached replies to questionnaire given to all those named in the auction row, including the power minister, his close aide Amit Bahadur and officials of the mining wing of industries department. The report, sources said, also brought on record that the government earned much more in the auction as compared to the annual earnings. The report, sources revealed, said that no government official was pressured by the bidders.The opposition parties especially Aam Aadmi Party demanding the resignation of minister and questioned how Rana Gurjit’s cook Amit Bahadur, successfully got a mine auctioned of bidding amount of 26 crore, who earns the 1 lakh per year. Sources say the report is silent on the source of money pumped in by Bahadur and others into the auction, because it was not commission’s mandate. The inquiry commission was mandated to probe all aspects of the allegations of impropriety against the minister in the controversial auctions. It was tasked with inquiring whether the terms and conditions of the bid were adhered to while awarding the tender of two mines to ex-employees of the minister and whether Rana Gurjit had in any manner influenced the price bid at which these two mines were awarded, and if the bidders were bidding on behalf of the minister in question for the said two mines.The commission was also asked to inquire whether the minister has received any undue financial benefit or gain from the award of such two mines to the bidders and if there has been any loss to the state revenue by the award of such two mines to the bidders at the price in question.