Delhi Excise Policy: Delhi’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP government) implemented the new Excise Policy 2021-2022. Now a big mistake has come to the fore in this new policy of the government. Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor Vinay Kumar Saxena has taken a big action in this regard. Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena has suspended 11 officers, including an IAS, for serious lapses in the implementation of the new excise policy.
Delhi government said this
At the same time, the Delhi government has accused the former Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, Anil Baijal, of favoring some private businessmen. Along with this, the Central Bureau of Investigation demanded to be investigated by the CBI.
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Lt Governor took this action
Let us tell you that among the officers against whom the Lt Governor VK Saxena approved suspension and major disciplinary action, the then Excise Commissioner of the national capital Aarav Gopikrishna (2012 batch IAS officer of AGMUT cadre), Deputy Excise Commissioner Anand Kumar Tiwari, three ad-hoc DANICS officers and six officers of the Excise Department of Delhi Government.
Know what happened in this case
It is being told that the Lieutenant Governor took this difficult decision due to a big lapse in the implementation of the excise policy. It is being said that due to irregularities in finalization of tender and some vendors were included in the tender to take advantage.
It is to be known that the Lieutenant Governor has already recommended a CBI inquiry for alleged irregularities in the implementation of the Excise Policy 2021-2022. Let us tell you that the Delhi government had implemented on 17 November 2021. Under the new excise policy, retail licenses were issued to private firms for 849 liquor shops in the city divided into 32 zones.
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