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‘Will not spare…’: Arvind Kejriwal after Punjab minister Vijay Singla sacked | Latest News India

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday stated he’s happy with his Punjab counterpart Bhagwant Mann for sacking Punjab minister Vijay Singla over corruption allegations, and warranted that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will not spare even its personal leaders if discovered concerned in corruption.

“Today, Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann sacked state’s health minister…who’s been arrested. No one knew about this corruption, neither the media nor the Opposition. Had CM Mann wanted, he would have asked for a slice of it with a ‘setting’,” Kejriwal stated in a digital press briefing.

“I will not spare even our leaders if involved in corruption,” Kejriwal stated

The AAP nationwide convenor stated on his personal Mann took the motion in opposition to his minister. “Bhagwant, we are proud of you. The whole Punjab and country are proud of you,” he added.

The Delhi chief minister stated In 2015, after his authorities was shaped in Delhi, even he took related motion in opposition to the Delhi meals minister. “When his corruption charges came forth, no one knew. I took action on my own. The AAP is a hardcore sincere party; we don’t spare anyone,” Kejriwal stated.

Earlier in a tweet as properly, Kejriwal stated he’s happy with Mann. “Proud of you Bhagwant. Ur action has brought tears to my eyes. The whole nation today feels proud of AAP,” Kejriwal tweeted.

The Punjab chief minister stated that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has a zero-tolerance coverage in opposition to corruption. He stated that he has sacked Singla from the cupboard and directed Police to register a case in opposition to him.

According to Punjab CMO, Singla was demanding one per cent fee from officers for contracts and he additionally confessed to it.

“I am taking strict action against that minister, sacking him from the cabinet and directing the Police to register a case against him. That minister is Vijay Singla. He had indulged in corruption in his department, and he also confessed to it. AAP has a zero-tolerance policy against corruption,” stated Mann.

“A case had come to my knowledge, a minister of my government was demanding a 1 per cent commission for every tender. I took it very seriously. Nobody knew about it, had I wanted it could have brushed it under the carpet. But I would have broken the trust of people who trusted me,” Punjab CM added.


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