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Kejriwal profiting from auto-rickshaw sales: Swaraj India

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Swaraj on Tuesday accused Chief Minister Kejriwal of earning huge money in the sale of auto-rickshaws in the national capital and demanded a inquiry.

Dubbing the whole affair an unholy nexus between the Government and the auto finance mafia, Swaraj spokesman Anupam told the media here: "If an unemployed person decides to buy an auto-rickshaw, he is made to pay anywhere between Rs 4.50 lakh and Rs 4.7 lakh as against its actual price of Rs 1.85 lakh only, which goes on record as white money."

He said Kejriwal had no moral right to occupy the Chief Minister's chair he got with the support of auto-rickshaw drivers.

--IANS

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Swaraj India on Tuesday accused Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of earning huge money in the sale of auto-rickshaws in the national capital and demanded a CBI inquiry.

Swaraj on Tuesday accused Chief Minister Kejriwal of earning huge money in the sale of auto-rickshaws in the national capital and demanded a inquiry.

Dubbing the whole affair an unholy nexus between the Government and the auto finance mafia, Swaraj spokesman Anupam told the media here: "If an unemployed person decides to buy an auto-rickshaw, he is made to pay anywhere between Rs 4.50 lakh and Rs 4.7 lakh as against its actual price of Rs 1.85 lakh only, which goes on record as white money."

He said Kejriwal had no moral right to occupy the Chief Minister's chair he got with the support of auto-rickshaw drivers.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Kejriwal profiting from auto-rickshaw sales: Swaraj India

Swaraj on Tuesday accused Chief Minister Kejriwal of earning huge money in the sale of auto-rickshaws in the national capital and demanded a inquiry.

Dubbing the whole affair an unholy nexus between the Government and the auto finance mafia, Swaraj spokesman Anupam told the media here: "If an unemployed person decides to buy an auto-rickshaw, he is made to pay anywhere between Rs 4.50 lakh and Rs 4.7 lakh as against its actual price of Rs 1.85 lakh only, which goes on record as white money."

He said Kejriwal had no moral right to occupy the Chief Minister's chair he got with the support of auto-rickshaw drivers.

--IANS

sp/tsb

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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