As many as 10,000 people joined dignitaries, including NDA’s presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind and Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu early this morning at Connaught Place in the common yoga event.
Website was stuck due to the municipal elections in the city, states RTI reply.
The order comes after several AAP legislators raised the issue of pending rural area projects in their respective constituencies in a meeting of the board, chaired by Development Minister Gopal Rai
The L-G, according to the civic body, assured them that he will make efforts to release funds in advance.
In the letter, the two MLAs alleged, “In the past 10 years, a number of politicians in Delhi have formed fake companies to buy land from farmers. Politicians tricked farmers by giving them arbitrary prices and transferred the land to their companies. Politicians have used their black money in this.”
Seeking Naidu’s “personal attention” to the “genuine grievance of the constituency”, Arvind Kejriwal listed out various issues pertaining to the GPRA vacation while “requesting for postponement of evacuation of (the) Sarojini Nagar (flats) till the flats in Kidwai Nagar are ready”.
The board of DTC will also meet on Tuesday to give a green signal to the proposal after which it will be kept before the Cabinet for a final decision on it. In 2015, the then DTC chairman and managing director had sought Rs 103.25 crore to install CCTV cameras in the entire fleet.
The Congress did not invite AAP to a meeting of opposition leaders held last month, which was widely perceived as a snub to the party. The Congress does not see AAP as an ally, for the new party in the long run aims at unsettling the Congress as a principal opposition party.
“Please send all documents. I will immediately get them investigated,” Arvind Kejriwal tweeted
The CM’s note to the chief secretary was written last Thursday, after he received letters from mayors of both East and North MCDs.
Delhi government claimed that 800 officers, along with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, inspected anganwadi centres across the capital on Saturday.
Kejriwal recently directed that every officer would make field visits for at least half-a-day every week and submit a report.
CBI sources denied that it was a raid, saying it was merely seeking clarification from Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.
Controversies had begun soon after the MCD elections, when Vishwas spoke in favour of “introspection” — at a time when the party was raking up the issue of faulty EVMs.
The Chief Minister said boards should be put up outside officers’ rooms saying “This officer is available to meet public, without appointment, on all working days between 10 and 11 a.m. If he is not present, please call up at __ to complain.”