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DELHI NEWS: AAP leader and former minister Satyendra Jain's troubles increased

DELHI NEWS: Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena has authorized an inquiry underneath the Prevention of Corruption (POC) Act in opposition to jailed former Delhi minister and AAP chief Satyendra Jain in a bribery case. “The LG agreed to the DoV's proposal to refer the matter to the Union Home Ministry under Section 17A of the POC Act, 1998 to approve an inquiry against Jain by the ACB,” the Delhi LG's workplace stated.

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Aam Aadmi Party chief and former minister Satyendra Jain is accused of taking a bribe of Rs 7 crore in reference to a Rs 571 crore venture to put in CCTVs in 70 meeting constituencies.

Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena has authorized an investigation underneath the Prevention of Corruption (POC) Act in opposition to former Delhi minister Satyendra Jain, who’s in jail in a bribery case. Satyendra Jain is accused of taking a bribe of Rs 7 crore in reference to a Rs 571 crore venture.

‚ÄĒ ANI (@ANI) July 6, 2024 AAP livid over permission given to analyze in opposition to Satyendra Jain, targets BJP

On LG VK Saxena giving permission to analyze in opposition to AAP chief and former Delhi authorities minister Satyendra Jain, AAP chief Atishi stated, BJP is engaged in conspiracy in opposition to the Delhi authorities day and evening. Greater than 200 instances had been registered in opposition to Aam Aadmi Party leaders in 10 years. However until date not even a single rupee of corruption has been recovered from wherever. Now that is one other pretend case. BJP needs to paralyze the Delhi authorities.

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