NEW DELHI (TIP): As second charge sheet is set to be served against Ashok Khemka, Congress has suggested that law is taking its own course against the Haryana IAS officer who had raised the issue of controversial land deals of Robert Vadra. Party spokesperson Renuka Chowdhary told reporters that administrative rules are same for everyone and every official has to adhere to them. “You have to answer for your actions,” she said. She was asked questions on the impending trouble for Khemka who is to receive a fresh charge sheet from the Congress government in Haryana. He is currently posted in Chandigarh as the Director General of Archives. After the controversy over Vadra’s land deals, Khemka has cried foul yet again as the state government gave a go ahead to file another charge sheet against him. Khemka will be chargesheeted for low sales of seeds when he was the Managing Director of Haryana Seed Development Corporation. The state government had earlier chargesheeted Khemka for overstepping his jurisdiction in the cancellation of Robert Vadra-DLF land deal.