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  • AAP gets fined for 27 lakh by PWD


    New Delhi: A fine of Rs 27 lakh has been slapped on AAP by the Public Works Department of Delhi Government, because of the unauthorized occupation of a bungalow in Rouse Avenue.

  • AAP to contest next year Assembly Election in Madhya Pradesh


    New Delhi: On Wednesday AAP declared, the next year’s Assembly Election would be contested in the BJP ruled Madhya Pradesh. At a press conference ,AAP state Convener Alok agarwal told a reporter”The AAP would contest next assembly polls in MP. Arvind Kejriwal would formally launch the poll campaign at a rally in Bhopal on 5th November.”

  • After Sisodia its Jain under CBI’s lens

    Poonam Jain

    New Delhi: 3 days after a team from Central Bureau of Investigation questioned deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia's at his residence in relation with a programme related to, 'Talk 2 AK', Satyendar Jain’s turn on Monday. The CBI on Monday questioned PWD minister’s wife, Poonam Jain, in connection with a case of alleged money laundering against him.

  • CCTV, panic buttons in DTC buses soon

    Delhi Buses

    NEW DELHI: All DTC buses will soon have CCTV cameras and panic buttons installed in them. Delhi Government is doing this for making public transport safer.

  • Completion of 3 years of Arvind Kejriwal govt, 62% of survey says he failed to meet expectations


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    On February 14 which is also known for Valentine's day is also a day which saw Arvind Kejriwal as chief minister of Delhi with much fanfare and sky high expectations three years ago. 

    After the grand success in Delhi over last three years, the AAP today wrote on twitter: When slum dwellers, labourers, farmers, traders all feel that the government works for them, you know it is an Aam Aadmi government.

    However only 38% people said that AAM Aadmi govt met and fulfilled the expectation that it promised during 49 day tenure in 2013-14

    Whereas, majority of people have given credits to AAP govt for improving health care, water supply and education system in Delhi. On the other hand pollution control become major problem for Kejriwal govt.

    59% said that kejriwal govt has succeeded in lessen the corruption in Delhi, while 61% felt that AAP was tough on corruption.

    Around 55% said that healthcare services improved and 58% talked about the improvisation of education sector.

    The AAP govt based on survey has done well except for two issues pollution control and corruption. The AAP government has two years to make amends before it seeks reelection in 2020.

    (With Agency Inputs)

  • Cops detained AAP leader for sealing drive


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    City Police on Monday detained Aap Aadmi Party leader after lathi charged, during their 'Parliament March' as a protest against the sealing campaign by Municipal Corporation Delhi (MCD).

    Answering to the Police action, AAP MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj tweeted that MLAs and MCD councilors were protesting against sealing by MCD and Police beat up the female volunteers of AAP.

    Senior AAP leaders including Ashutosh and Dilip Pandey have been detained from the situation.

    PM’s police attacked elected MLAs, councilors and women protestors were protesting against the BJP action of sealing shops in various markets in the Capital. Are elected representatives treated such way, elsewhere in India? Tweeted Nagendra Sharma, Media Advisor to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

    The sealing drive is being carried out by a Supreme Court-appointed Monitoring Committee against business establishments using residential properties for commercial purposes, and it is being implemented by the three BJP-led municipal corporations.

    Saurabh Bharadwaj told media, BJP is solely responsible for the sealing drive for the past two months.

    He also added that the Central government will have to change Master Plan 2021 for Delhi to put stoppage to the sealing drive, reports IANS.


  • Current CM pays respect to first CM

    Delhi Cm To Cm

    NEW DELHI: Delhi’s chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on the 97 birth anniversary of Chaudhary Brahm Prakash, who was Delhi’s first CM, said that the AAP government will try to realize the first CM’s dream of a ‘greater Delhi’ and ‘full powers’ for the state of Delhi.

  • Prakash alleges AAP MLAs assaulted him


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    Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash slammed AAP, saying that he was allegedly manhandled by two lawmakers of the Aam Aadmi Party at the Chief Minister's residence on Monday.

    He further accused the AAP MLAs of assaulting him during a meeting on plans for home-delivery of government services.

    As per media reports, Prakash later met Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and complained to him about the alleged incident.

    The Chief Minister's Office, however, denied the allegations, calling them 'bizarre'.  “Delhi CM office strongly denies allegations by the Chief Secretary. There was no incident of assault or attempted assault by any AAP MLAs,” News 18 quoted a statement from Kejriwal’s office.

    Bureaucrats and the government have been in a constant tussle over who controls the capital.  Recently, the lieutenant governor had stalled the govt's plan for doosrstep delivery of 40 govt services. The AAP govt accused the LG of working at the behest of the BJP government at the centre. 

    Details awaited

    (With agency inputs)