AAP claims that the map of the collapsed constructing in Delhi was obtained fraudulently


The AAP on Friday hit out on the BJP over the collapse of a four-storey constructing within the metropolis and demanded a probe into the incident, alleging that its map was obtained via fraudulent means.

Addressing a press convention, Aam Aadmi Occasion’s (AAP) chief spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj alleged the involvement of Delhi civic physique’s constructing division officers in granting permission for the development of the constructing via “dishonest and forgery”.

“The map of a four-storey under-construction constructing in Sheesh Mahal space in the present day was handed via forgery and fraud because the constructing was being constructed in an space exceeding the permissible restrict of 100 yards,” he claimed.

He stated the constructing collapsed as the bottom under was being dug on the web site to make a basement after the development of the fourth flooring of the construction.

“MCD officers will need to have been bribed for the development of this constructing. It isn’t attainable for anybody to cover any development work from MCD officers in Delhi.

AAP’s Better Kailash MLA Bhardwaj claimed that wherever development work begins in Delhi, MCD officers attain there to gather cash.

He alleged that the Municipal Company of Delhi (MCD), which comes below the Centre’s jurisdiction, remains to be below the management of the BJP.

“The constructing division is gathering crores of rupees from development websites in Delhi,” Bhardwaj alleged. “Even after the combination of the MCD and the appointment of Saxon because the Lieutenant Governor (LG) of Delhi, there was no change in its functioning,” he stated.

If MCD officers don’t take bribe then how are “such unlawful buildings” being constructed within the metropolis, AAP chief

Bhardwaj stated, “The place are all these bribes being collected and saved? I enchantment to the LG to get it investigated.”

5 individuals had been injured when a four-storey under-construction constructing collapsed in North Delhi’s Azad Bazar on Friday morning.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (North) Sagar Singh Kalsi stated the constructing will need to have collapsed attributable to overloading and nobody was dwelling in it.

He stated that the injured have been admitted to the hospital.

Taking cognizance of the incident, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, “This accident could be very unhappy. Aid and rescue work is on and I’m taking info from the district administration.”

In response to the fireplace division, the incident was reported at 8.30 am.

(Solely the title and picture of this report could have been reworked by Enterprise Normal employees; the remainder of the content material is generated mechanically from a syndicated feed.)

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