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Delhi Congress VP files PIL in Delhi HC, asks Centre to reveal funds allotted to three municipal corporations

The Congress leader said that there was a hurdle in paying salaries to those coronavirus warriors, who worked for more than the prescribed period of time, during and after the Covid-19 lockdown.

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Delhi Congress Vice President Abhishek Dutt on Friday said he has filed a PIL in the Delhi High Court on the economic condition of municipal corporations and the non-payment of salaries to employees. In this petition, it has been requested to provide detailed information about the amount allocated to the three municipal corporations by the Delhi government and the expenditure incurred by the bodies.

Dutt told a press conference the BJP has been in control of the municipal corporations for 13 years. The BJP had said in the 2017 manifesto that if the Delhi government does not provide funds, it will take money from the Centre.

Dutt claimed, “At present, the condition of the municipal corporations is that they are not receiving any money either from the Centre nor from the Arvind Kejriwal government.”

The Congress leader said that there was a hurdle in paying salaries to those coronavirus warriors, who worked for more than the prescribed period of time, during and after the Covid-19 lockdown.

Dutt himself is a councillor and a Congress leader in the South Delhi Municipal Corporation. Significantly, the municipal corporation employees have announced that they will not take the corona vaccine due to non-payment of salary. Employees are continuously protesting on the issue.

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