52.71 crores for the construction of Delhi CM Kejriwal’s house
(Claiming that he is a common man, that there is no need for any emotional outcry, and that he will not let Aviniti get close to him, Krejiwal, who came to light through the Annahahazare movement, later became a minister of Delhi twice. The ministers in the cabinet are mired in the corruption scandal of hundreds of crores, and they are doing calculations in Tihar Jail. AAP came to power in Punjab with the election promises given by Krejwal. In the year 2020, people across the country lived with their lives in the palm of their hands due to the Corona virus. At the same time tens of common people died in Delhi without oxygen cylinders. At the same time, Crazywal, who left the needs of the people to the corona virus, spent about Rs. 52 crores of public money to decorate his house. What kind of love does he have for people?)
Amaravati: Delhi Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar has been directed by the Lt Governor of Delhi to conduct an inquiry and immediately submit a factual report on the allegations of spending crores of public money against the rules for the modernization of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s house. After conducting an inquiry, the Delhi Vigilance Directorate submitted a report to Lt Governor VK Saxena that Rs 52.71 crore was spent on the modernization of CM Kejriwal’s house. The report added that Rs.33.49 crores were spent on house construction and Rs.19.22 crores were spent on camp office construction.
According to the report of the Vigilance Directorate, the public works department, which estimated to complete the work with an initial cost of Rs.15 crore to Rs.20 crore, invited tenders for Rs.8.61 crore and handed over the works in 2020. After the works started, new proposals were made for luxurious facilities,, for this, additional touches (door curtains, carpets, tables, Italian floor marbles etc.) were added and the expectation increased. The Public Works Department said in the report that although the original house was planned to be modernized, the old building had to be completely removed and constructed to provide such facilities.