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Manoj Tiwari alleges more corruption by AAP govt

The Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday flagged a new issue against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, alleging corruption in the Public Works Department (PWD) and demanded
that he resign on grounds of morality.

Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari, waving a letter from an "assistant engineer" to Delhi Police, said the official alleged he has been getting life threats.

"In his letter to the Assistant Commissioner of Police, Nangloi, regarding a complaint on April 1, 2016, the engineer alleged that while on inspection in Peeragarhi area of Delhi, he saw three persons breaking a concrete drain built by the PWD," Tiwari said at a press conference.

"In his complaint, the engineer said he asked the three men not to break the drain but he received a call from a person called Vinay Kumar of Renu Construction who told him not to disturb the three men," Tiwari said, adding that the company belonged to Kejriwal's brother-in-law, Surender Kumar Bansal, who died last week.

"The engineer said the man on the phone gave him life threats," he said.

"Was the brother-in-law of Kejriwal from the mafia? Were they getting work because Kejriwal was sitting here as the Chief Minister?" Tiwari questioned.
"Kejriwal must answer all these questions," the BJP leader, who represents the North East constituency of Delhi, said.
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