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Cong demands CBI inquiry into AAP-run Mohalla clinics

A delegation of unit today Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and demanded a inquiry into the alleged "financial irregularities and illegalities" in the Mohalla clinics run by the AAP government.

The delegation led by unit chief Maken apprised the about the "anomalies" in the Mohalla clinics and demanded a enquiry into it, said a party statement.

"The AAP government extended pecuniary advantage to members and office bearers of the party by paying more than the prevailing market rent to them whose premises were used for opening Mohalla clinics," Maken alleged.

The memorandum submitted to Jung also said that the Mohalla clinics "lacked basic health facilities" and that established health guidelines were being "violated" there.

had yesterday released its report on the Mohalla clinics, accusing the government of "ad-hocism" in running them.

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Cong demands CBI inquiry into AAP-run Mohalla clinics

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

A delegation of unit today Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and demanded a inquiry into the alleged "financial irregularities and illegalities" in the Mohalla clinics run by the AAP government.

The delegation led by unit chief Maken apprised the about the "anomalies" in the Mohalla clinics and demanded a enquiry into it, said a party statement.



"The AAP government extended pecuniary advantage to members and office bearers of the party by paying more than the prevailing market rent to them whose premises were used for opening Mohalla clinics," Maken alleged.

The memorandum submitted to Jung also said that the Mohalla clinics "lacked basic health facilities" and that established health guidelines were being "violated" there.

had yesterday released its report on the Mohalla clinics, accusing the government of "ad-hocism" in running them.

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

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Cong demands CBI inquiry into AAP-run Mohalla clinics

A delegation of Delhi Congress unit today met Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and demanded a CBI inquiry into the alleged "financial irregularities and illegalities" in the Mohalla clinics run by the AAP government. The delegation led by Delhi Congress unit chief Ajay Maken apprised the LG about the "anomalies" in the Mohalla clinics and demanded a CBI enquiry into it, said a party statement. "The AAP government extended pecuniary advantage to members and office bearers of the party by paying more than the prevailing market rent to them whose premises were used for opening Mohalla clinics," Maken alleged. The memorandum submitted to Jung also said that the Mohalla clinics "lacked basic health facilities" and that established health guidelines were being "violated" there. Delhi Congress had yesterday released its report on the Mohalla clinics, accusing the government of "ad-hocism" in running them. A delegation of unit today Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and demanded a inquiry into the alleged "financial irregularities and illegalities" in the Mohalla clinics run by the AAP government.

The delegation led by unit chief Maken apprised the about the "anomalies" in the Mohalla clinics and demanded a enquiry into it, said a party statement.

"The AAP government extended pecuniary advantage to members and office bearers of the party by paying more than the prevailing market rent to them whose premises were used for opening Mohalla clinics," Maken alleged.

The memorandum submitted to Jung also said that the Mohalla clinics "lacked basic health facilities" and that established health guidelines were being "violated" there.

had yesterday released its report on the Mohalla clinics, accusing the government of "ad-hocism" in running them.

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

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