AAP minister Kapil Mishra on Sunday claimed that a Delhi-based businessman Sheetal Prasad Singh funded senior party leaders Sanjay Singh and Ashutosh’s trip to Russia.
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Before the EC issued an ‘open challenge’ to all political parties to hack EVM machines, the AAP alleged that the EC was "delaying the EVM hackathon" due to political pressure. But after the EC issued their challenge to political parties, AAP countered by claiming that the challenge was hardly open since the EC was "imposing guidelines" which would "restrict people" from hacking.
Kapil Mishra fires at AAP again, poses nine questions on ministers’ Russia trip to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal
Sacked Delhi water minister Kapil Mishra on Sunday alleged that the Russia tour of AAP leaders Sanjay Singh and Ashutosh was funded by a person related to a company which is facing probe in a Rs 400 crore scam.
Sacked Delhi Minister Kapil Mishra on Sunday launched the “Let’s clean AAP” campaign to rid the ruling Aam Aadmi Party of the “few people who are corrupt”.
Delhi MCD elections: The elections to Sarai Pipal Thala ward of North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC), that was postponed due to the death of the candidate there, has started on a slow note today. The poll is being held as one of the candidates had died just ahead of the recently held polls for the rest of the 270 wards in three municipal corporations – the results were announced on April 26 and BJP drubbed rivals the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Congress party. The polls were held on April 23.
Dalits protest over Saharanpur clashes at Jantar Mantar, Delhi
Two days after five members of a gang, led by Satish alias Kala, were arrested from Hisar, Gurgaon Police said they are on the lookout for four other members of the same group. This comes after they received fresh leads while questioning the five accused.
Around 18 nurses of a renowned city hospital were cheated of close to Rs 40 lakh by a gang that promised them jobs in Brunei, police said on Saturday. Four of the nurses also visited a hospital in Brunei, only to be told that there were "no vacancies". They returned to India and filed a complaint.
The varsity has also increased 2,000 seats with addition to new courses, making the total number of undergraduate seats to 56,000.