Salaries yet to be paid even after MCD unification, says AAP | Latest News Delhi

Durgesh Pathak, leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which is in charge of the civic body, said Monday that the teachers of the schools have not been paid for the past six months, sanitation workers have been without pay for three months and blamed the Indian people. The ruling party (BJP) has ruled for 15 years, for a pathetic situation

Durgesh Pathak, leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which is in charge of the civic body, said Monday that the teachers of the schools have not been paid for the past six months, sanitation workers have been without pay for three months and blamed the Indian people. The ruling party (BJP) has ruled for 15 years, for a pathetic situation.

“Even after the MCD is directly brought under the central government, why does the BJP suffer MCD employees to this extent? He demanded that the employees’ dues be paid immediately after fulfilling the BJP’s promises.

The AAP leader said the BJP had shut down the municipal elections and consolidated the three corporations but the situation on the ground remained the same. “BJP leaders have said that all salaries, pensions / future fund payments and balances will be cleared; When corporations are consolidated and placed under the center, garbage is extracted and Delhi is cleaned up as never before. But today, extreme conditions have crossed all heights, ”Pathak said.

Delhi BJP spokesperson Praveen Shankar Kapoor said the AAP leader had practiced lying for political mileage. “On Sunday, the consolidated MCD’s priority was to release the salary arrears to the MCD Commissioner’s employees and soon a portion of the arrears would be released,” Kapoor said.

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