No end to Delhi LG-AAP clashing over khadi lounge design claims

Quoting a letter issued by KVIC India to a news web portal, Raj Niwas Delhi tweeted: “The @kvicindia has issued a letter stating categorically that the total cost of carrying out his Mumbai Lounge project was Rs 27 .3 lakh, contrary to the bogus figures being touted by the leaders of a political party.

In another tweet, he added: “KVIC also makes it clear that the design plan for the lounge was done by Ms. Shivangi Saxena for ‘free of charge’ and her name was inscribed on the plaque as a token of grateful goodwill. its services. As it saved KVIC the design cost. He also tagged Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and AAP MP Sanjay Singh.

Responding to the tweet from LG’s office, Sanjay Singh said, “Who owns this Twitter account? The former chairman of KVIC, VK Saxena or the current LG. How can Raj Niwas’ Twitter handle respond to the allegations against the former KVIC chairman? This is another case of abuse of position. Ask VK Saxena ji to respond via his personal Twitter account.

Speaking at a press conference, Singh said the AAP will soon be taking legal action against LG for “nepotism”. “How can you give the contract to your own daughter when he occupies a constitutional position? The LG openly violated the KVIC Act of 1961.”

Singh alleged, “The LG first converted the black money to white money and awarded the contract to his daughter. We welcomed the allegation against CM MP Manish Sisodia but nothing was found in the investigation, the BJP led central government did not file any complaints so far, why Saxena scams should not- they not be surveyed. I ask PM Modi. Have the people of Delhi wronged you?

The PAA deputies had alleged Saxena was involved in a ‘scam’ where two cashiers allegedly exchanged demonetized banknotes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 at Khadi Gramodyog Bhavan in 2016 and called for an investigation into the role of LG, who was the chairman of KVIC when the alleged incident took place. The CBI filed a case in this case and filed an indictment against the two cashiers.

Referring to the allegations, Saxena said on Thursday that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had resorted to “diversionary tactics and false accusations” in “desperation”.

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