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CBI to investigate irregularities in beautification of Kejriwal’s residence

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New Delhi: The Union Home Ministry has directed the CBI to investigate allegations of irregularities in the renovation of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s official residence. The CBI has launched a preliminary investigation into allegations of irregularities and misconduct against unidentified public servants of the Delhi government. The entire department of the Delhi government has been directed to hand over all the documents related to these irregularities to the CBI by October 3.

A preliminary investigation will determine whether the complaints merit proceeding with a regular FIR. The CBI will investigate all aspects of the allegations that came to light after the Delhi Chief Secretary’s investigation.

Viceroy of Delhi V. K. The inquiry was ordered on the basis of a letter written by Saxena to the CBI director last May. The Union Home Ministry has also ordered a special audit by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) in the case.

The Aam Aadmi Party said that the BJP is trying to surround Kejriwal by employing all investigative agencies. They have registered and investigated more than 50 cases against Kejriwal, but nothing has come out of them. The ruling party in Delhi said that even the CBI investigation will not find anything.

The move was allegedly taken by the BJP to prevent the party from “working for the people”. The app has alleged that the Gerua team is using all its power to kill the app.

Earlier this year, the renovation of Kejriwal’s official residence in Delhi’s Civil Lines was reported in the media. The BJP has come under fire after allegations that App Supreme spent around Rs 45 crore on beautification.

According to the complaint, Rs 11.30 crore was spent on interior decoration, Rs 6.02 crore on stone and marble flooring, Rs 1 crore on interior consultancy, Rs 2.58 crore on electrical fittings and appliances, and Rs 2 crore 85 lakh on fire fighting system. 1 crore 41 lakhs on fittings, wardrobes and accessories, and Rs 1.1 crores on kitchen appliances. Similarly, another Rs 8.11 crore has been spent on the camp office of Chief Minister Kejriwal.

The CBI probe into the allegations against Kejriwal and the AAP government is the latest development. It remains to be seen what the CBI’s findings are and whether it will take any further action.

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