Delhi: Bulldozer will run on the shelter of about 48,000 slumS,BJP bid – Kejriwal cheated poor people

Delhi: Bulldozer will run on the shelter of about 48,000 slumS,BJP bid – Kejriwal cheated poor people

BJP state president Adesh Gupta has written a letter to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. In the letter, a request has been made to allot the available and vacant Rajiv Awas Yojana flats to the slum dwellers with the Delhi government.

After the latest decision of the Supreme Court, a bulldozer will run on the shelter of about 48,000 slum dwellers in Delhi. Sensing the exaggeration of the occasion, political parties have become vocal on this issue. Delhi BJP President Adesh Gupta says that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has cheated the poor people.

In Delhi, State President of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Adesh Gupta has written a letter to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. In the letter, on the instructions of the Supreme Court in Delhi, a request has been made to allot the available and vacant Rajiv Awas Yojana flats to the Delhi government to the residents of about 48,000 slums to be removed from the Rail Safety Zone around the railway tracks.

Delhi BJP President Adesh Gupta has tweeted accusing the Delhi government that the government collected Rs 11.26 crore in the name of survey for the restoration of the slum to be removed from the railway premises years ago but no plan was made. The flats that are built are lying vacant but not a single slum has got a flat till date. CM Arvind Kejriwal has cheated the poor people as well.

Told Delhi government responsible

On this matter, Delhi Pradesh Congress President Anil Chaudhary, while targeting the Delhi government, said that the Aam Aadmi Party had promised to provide houses to the poor people in their election manifesto, where the slum is. But nothing was found and the Delhi government is responsible for the plight of the people in the JJJ cluster.

Court order

Actually, the court fact says that out of 140 km long railway line, there is too much encroachment on 70 km long line. The Supreme Court has ordered the removal of about 48,000 slums around 140 km of railway tracks in New Delhi within three months. Further instructions have been given that no court should give any stay on the removal of slums.

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