Scam of Delhi schools came to light
Scam of Delhi schools came to light

Before the Delhi Municipal Corporation polls, the Aam Aadmi Party‘s problems don’t appear to be going away. While the controversy over the massages and VVIP treatment in jail was still going on, a significant scandal in Delhi schools came to light.

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After Satyendar Jain, Manish Sisodia, the minister of education for Delhi, may now face more challenges. A scam worth Rupees 1300 crore was discovered during a vigilance inquiry. 2400 classrooms were built, according to allegations of financial theft. An investigation into the swindle has been advised by the Vigilance Directorate.

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Work done without tender of 42 crores

It has been suggested that an investigation be conducted into the PWD and Education Department representatives. Investigations have shown that 5 schools received 42 crores worth of unbiddable labor. The number of restrooms needed in the schools was 116, but 1214 restrooms were built. The Delhi government’s Vigilance Directorate reportedly gave the chief secretary a report that urges a probe, according to official sources.

Delhi’s government was asked to respond in February 2020

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The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) pointed to “serious abnormalities” in the Public Works Department’s construction of more than 2,400 classrooms in Delhi government schools in a report dated February 17, 2020 (PWD). In order to get feedback on the report, the Vigilance Commission sent it to the Directorate of Vigilance, Government of Delhi, in February 2020.

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