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new Delhi:

National spokesperson of the Aam Aadmi Party, Raghav Chadha, termed BJP-ruled Delhi’s civic bodies as the most corrupt, saying that the Arvind Kejriwal-led government called the Pollution Control Committee against the North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) for burning garbage in the open for 1 crore. Is directed to impose a fine of Rs.







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Chadha even said that the fine of 1 crore is also less, adding, “We are going to recover this money anyhow. We will attach their account if needed, burning garbage is a criminal act”

The North MCD recently claimed that it was facing a shortage of funds as the Delhi government owed money. However, North MCD Mayor Jay Prakash has said that he has filed a police complaint against the Aam Aadmi Party for trying to discredit the BJP.

Jai Prakash told NDTV “Both the local MLA and councilor are from the Aam Aadmi Party. They deliberately burn garbage in the area (kirari) and defame us,”

Let me tell you that a day before, Raghav Chadha shared the latest picture and video of the garbage being burnt in the Baba Vidyapati Marg of Kiradi Assembly, and told how the Bharatiya Janata Party-ruled Municipal Corporation lit the garbage by burning poison in the Delhi air Still working.

Raghav had said, “I would like to ask the EPCA appointed by the Central Pollution Control Board and the Supreme Court, how the BJP is openly indulging in this criminal act?” How is the BJP-ruled MCD shamelessly burning garbage in Kiradi, flouting the rules? “

North MCD fined 1 crore for burning garbage is less: Raghav Chadha







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