LG orders to recover Rs 97 crore from AAP party
LG orders to recover Rs 97 crore from AAP party

Arvind Kejriwal‘s government in Delhi is about to get a shock. Vinay Kumar Saxena, the lieutenant governor of Delhi, has mandated the recovery of Rs 97 crore from the Aam Aadmi Party for political commercials that were run as official government advertisements.

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The LG has mandated that the Aam Aadmi Party pay back Rs 97 crore with interest. The Chief Secretary has been instructed to follow the Supreme Court’s rules in the order issued by the LG office.

The Delhi LG has also ordered that government employees, rather than private persons, should operate “SHABDARTH,” which runs adverts. Actually, the Supreme Court’s 2015 ruling, the Delhi High Court’s 2016 ruling, and the CCRGA’s 2016 ruling all had a role in the Lieutenant Governor’s direction.

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According to sources in the Lieutenant Governor’s office, the Aam Aadmi Party consistently disobeys this directive.

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