Delhi Minister Satyendar Jain’s health summary this morning showed that his sugar level was 64 mg/dL and ketone level in urine was large.
The department received a total of 827 proposals or work estimates till May 25, and of these, 66 were rejected while 679 were under consideration, Urban Development Minister Satyendar Jain said.
According to CBI, five more locations, including residences of PWD officials and other private persons, are also being searched. Jain is already facing probe in a case pertaining to money laundering.
Satyendar Jain also took to Twitter informing about the development, saying, “CBI raids my house for hiring creative team by PWD. Professionals were hired for different projects. All were forced to leave by CBI.”
In case of a patient dying within six hours of arrival at the hospital, the draft recommends a waiver of 50 per cent of the total bill, and a 20 per cent waiver in cases of death within 24 hours.
The government has tied up with private hospitals and labs, for the tests, and pays for the facilities availed.
Under the schemes, eight types of tests and six types of surgeries can be conducted for free.
In his letter, Jain said the coal-based Dadri I and II and Badarpur plants are facing coal shortage, and “at present some of them have coal stock availability for only one-two days”.
Officials said Jain was summoned under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) and his statement will be recorded by the investigating officer of the case.
According to official statistics, the subsidy scheme has benefitted around 37.28 lakh consumers in 2017-18. Power Secretary Varsha Joshi also confirmed the same.
On Saturday, while conducting raids at the premises of Delhi Dental Council registrar Rishiraj in connection with a separate case of corruption, the CBI had stumbled upon documents allegedly related to properties and bank accounts held by Jain.
The CBI had Sunday claimed that it had stumbled upon the documents — property- and- company-related papers and bank deposit slips of about Rs 2 crore — while conducting a raid at the premises of Delhi Dental Council registrar Rishiraj.
CBI claimed that it was conducting searches at various premises, including bank lockers, belonging to Delhi Dental Council Registrar Rishiraj after a case of corruption was registered against Satyendar Jain recently.
The documents were recovered during searches at the residences of Delhi Dental Council Registrar Rishiraj, who was arrested yesterday in a separate case, CBI said
The AAP government had first introduced a 50 per cent subsidy for domestic consumers consuming up to 400 units per month in December 2013, and had restored it once again from February 2015 onwards when the Aam Aadmi Party had come back to the power.
This has been done because he did not follow the “laid down norms for a rape victim” and referred the five-year-old girl, who was allegedly raped by a peon inside her school in Shahdara, to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital.