The case, alleging that a private builder was favoured during Singh's previous term as chief minister, was filed in 2007 when the SAD-BJP government was in power.
In August last year, the state's Vigilance Bureau had filed a closure report in the case, saying a reinvestigation had found nothing to substantiate the charge that there had been a scam.
But former Vigilance Bureau SSP K S Sandhu then pleaded with the court to hear him before accepting the bureau's closure report.
Sandhu's counsel had argued that the preliminary inquiry in the case was conducted by the former SSP and an FIR registered after a thorough probe.
During the previous hearing on August 3, the court heard arguments on the maintainability of Sandhu's application.
The City Centre plan included shopping malls, multiplexes, apartments and a helipad, but they were never built.
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