44.78 crore spent on renovating Kejriwal’s residence to be investigated

The 44.78 crore rupees spent by the Public Works Department (PWD) to renovate Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s official residence is under investigation, according to a senior Delhi government official who requested anonymity. Officials said they would look into costs and whether modifications were in compliance. Officials from the Department of Public Works confirmed that they had been asked for details of the cost, but did not say from which agency the request was made.

Further action will be determined by officials based on the discoveries in the investigation. Meanwhile, the BJP and AAP are arguing over the cost of renovations, with Kejiriwal claiming that he needs remuneration because of his age, while BJP and AAP accuse him of living like a king while pretending to be a commoner. Residential and roof collapse events.

AAP also claimed that the Department of Public Works recommended the bungalow reconstruction. When we went searching for a comment, the Delhi government did not have a response to the query about the matter. The BJP demanded an investigation into the total 44.78 crore spent, claiming that the costs violated regulations and included cases of overcharging.