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Kejriwal government’s biggest scam ever-Adesh Gupta

Kejriwal government's biggest scam ever-Adesh Gupta

Ahmedabad

Arvind Kejriwal, along with two of his close leaders, has committed a scam of Rs 26,000 crore. Exposing the biggest scam of all time, Delhi BJP President Adesh Gupta and Leader of Opposition Ramvir Singh Bidhuri showed a series of documents to the media. Adesh Gupta said that, Delhi Jal Board has become a ‘Dalali Jal Board’ due to the misdeeds of Arvind Kejriwal in the last 6 years. In just five years, Arvind Kejriwal gave a loan of Rs 41,000 crore to the Delhi Jal Board, out of which there is no account of Rs 26,000 crore. Kejriwal government’s greed hasn’t been satisfied even after Delhi’s tax payer has lost Rs 26000 crore.

Adesh Gupta, showing the Economic Classification of the Budgetary transactions of Delhi Jal Board alleged that Rs 26,000 crore was transferred from Delhi Government’s account to Delhi Jal Board accounts in the last five years, but neither Kejriwal, Satyendra Jain or Raghav Chadha are not ready to give any account for this amount. He said that, the Kejriwal government had promised to provide tap water to every house, but till now one-fourth of Delhi doesn’t even have the drinking water pipeline.

Adesh Gupta further added that, same is the condition of sewerage plants. Out of an estimated 1,800 unauthorized colonies in Delhi, only 561 colonies have sewerage plants and even their condition is pathetic. This fact has been written in the Delhi government’s own report. The amount of water that used to be potable in the year 2015, is the same even after 6 years, the amount has not increased even by 5%. Meaning that the population of Delhi has increased in the last 6 years, but the ways of working of the Jal Board is still hasn’t changed. Kejriwal claims that the Delhiites will be able to drink water from Yamuna directly, but Yamuna has become more poisonous than before.

Leader of Opposition Ramveer Singh Bidhuri demanded that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal should convene a two-day session of Delhi Legislative Assembly to investigate into and discuss the scam of the Delhi Jal Board as the allegations leveled against him are based on proof, therefore, he should make it clear to the people of Delhi as to where the scam money 26,000 crore has been spent. He said that, if Kejriwal’s intention is clear, then he should not mind giving an account of this money.

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