In a recent development, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has called upon Lieutenant Governor V K Saxena to suspend Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar. The move comes in the wake of a vigilance report submitted by Kejriwal, alleging a “hospital scam” involving Kumar.
Accusations Against Chief Secretary
Kumar is accused of abusing his position to facilitate a lucrative collaboration for his son’s tech company. The alleged misconduct involves bending tender-related rules at the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS). Kejriwal’s call for suspension is grounded in these serious accusations.
Chief Secretary’s Response
In response to the allegations, Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar dismissed them as “ridiculous and rubbish.” Despite the strong words, the call for his suspension raises concerns about potential impropriety in the dealings related to his son’s tech company.
Urgent Call for Action
The urgency in Kejriwal’s appeal for Kumar’s suspension adds gravity to the situation. With Kumar scheduled to retire on November 30, the unfolding events could have significant implications for the political landscape in Delhi.
As the controversy unfolds, all eyes are on Lieutenant Governor V K Saxena, who holds the key to deciding Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar’s fate. The outcome of this episode could have lasting repercussions on the political dynamics in the region. Stay tuned for further updates on this developing story.
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