Scam In Delhi MCD: Alleging a scam of 6000 crores in Delhi Municipal Corporation, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has demanded a CBI inquiry.
There is confusion about the Delhi Municipal Corporation elections whether this year or next year, but the political battle between the Aam Aadmi Party and the BJP has intensified. Meanwhile, on Wednesday, once again the Aam Aadmi Party has opened a front regarding the scam of Rs 6000 crore in Delhi Municipal Corporation.
Letter to LG written for CBI investigation
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday demanded a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), alleging a scam of Rs 6000 crore in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi. For this Manish Sisodia has written a letter to Lieutenant Governor Vinay Kumar Saxena. In a letter to Lieutenant Governor Vinay Kumar Saxena, Sisodia has said that with the connivance of BJP leaders, there has been a big scam in toltax. 10 lakh commercial vehicles come to Delhi everyday, money is taken from them, but MCD is not getting that money. The license of 1200 crores has been given for 786 crores. There should be a CBI inquiry into it.
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Alleged giving 1200 crore license for 786 crores
Manish Sisodia, along with recommending a CBI probe to LG, has also alleged that the license worth Rs 1,200 crore was given to the company for only Rs 786 crore. It is alleged that in 2021 the same contract was awarded to a company named Shahakar Global Limited for only 786 crores, which gives only around 250 crores to MCD.
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Earlier on Tuesday, leader Durgesh Pathak had alleged that in 2017 the BJP had given contract to a company named MEP Infrastructure Developers Limited for five years at the rate of 1200 crores per annum. After giving money in the first year, the company gave only 10 percent and sometimes 20 percent from the next year. But instead of taking action against the company, the contract was continued.
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