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AAP govt transfers official who asked Manish Sisodia to vacate govt bungalow

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party led Delhi Government has transferred the PWD official who had issued notice to the deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia to vacate his house after party's resignation last year.The government has

India TV News Desk [ Updated: March 30, 2015 17:39 IST ]
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aap govt transfers official who asked manish sisodia to vacate govt bungalow

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party led Delhi Government has transferred the PWD official who had issued notice to the deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia to vacate his house after party's resignation last year.

The government has also targeted a library staff at Delhi Secretariat who had earlier refused to issue books to the AAP volunteers.  

Sources say, the state government has removed the PWD deputy secretary from his post and moreover, he has not been allotted any other department and told to wait.

The same person has issued notice to the then education minister Manish Sisodia to vacate the government's flat (46A and 49A) at Mayur Vihar Pahse-II where he was residing after AAP government's resignation. The notice issued on March 3 said “Since you are no more a minister , you are given 15 days to vacate the flat, failing which you will be charged the rent at market rate.”

Sources also say, a lady librarian has also been targeted by the state government. The librarian had earlier refused to issue books to the Aam Aadmi Party workers saying the books are for the use of government employees not for others.
Meanwhile, the librarian has also been transferred to the other department. Many officials are unhappy with acts of party workers associated with ministers.

Recently, party workers associated with Chief Minister's office wrote a letter to the PWD officials seeking info regarding the vacant flats of the department but officials did not divulge any details citing the government rules.

 

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