Chief Secretary working with BJP, says Delhi government
- Author: Jon Douglas Oct 14, 2017,
Oct 14, 2017, 0:14
Alleging that Kutty had refused to heed his directions to order an inquiry into the issue of the Delhi Metro fare hike, Arvind Kejriwal alleged in a statement on Friday that the chief secretary had the "backing of the BJP-led Centre" and was "taking orders from BJP". The vehicle was parked on the roadside outside the Delhi Secretariat.
The humble Blue hatchback, which became synonymous with Kejriwal's "aam aadmi" image, was being used by an AAP functionary these days. The police scanned through the market but did not find any clues of the stolen vehicle.
Writing the letter on the basis of "newspaper reports" that appeared on Thursday, Sinha further reasoned that such an inquiry was not possible either by the state or the central as recommendations of the fare fixation committee is binding on the metro rail administration.
"An Insiginificant Man" theatrically on the 17th of November, 2017 including India.The internationally celebrated documentary feature directed by Khushboo Ranka and Vina Shukla is a non-fiction political thriller that chronicles the spectacular rise of Arvind Kejriwal from a social activist to a polarizing politician.
They also scanned the Mayapuri market in west Delhi where scrap material of cars is sold after cars are dismantled.
The bureaucracy is again in the eye of a storm with Delhi's top babu, chief secretary MM Kutty, facing the ire of the chief minister.
The auto was witness to two Assembly election wins in 2013 and 2015 and also to the party's poor performance in the Lok Sabha polls.
The vehicle had been donated to the AAP by Kundan Sharma, along with a motorcycle and money. However, when Kejriwal parted ways with his then party colleagues Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav, Sharma demanded that the vehicle be returned.
The film had been in news after it was stalled by ex- Censor Board chief Pahlaj Nihalani, who had asked the filmmakers to get permissions from Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other politicians before its release.