Saturday, 19 November 2011
Promise of Shiela Dikshit to allot 60, 000 cheap houses to the poor at the time of Assembly Elections
CHIEF MINISTER SHOULD RESIGN ON MORAL GROUNDS AFTER THE COMMENT OF THE PRESIDENT-VIJENDER GUPTA
BJP Delhi Pradesh President Shri Vijender Gupta has said that Smt. Sheila Diskhit should resign on moral grounds after the caution of the President of India in the immoral efforts of the Chief Minister of
to get votes by making false promises to the voters at the time of the Assembly
He told that previously Lokayukta Justice Manmohan Sareen has made strong comments against the Chief Minister taking the case to be serious. Treating this case as political bribery, he has written to the President of India that she should caution the Chief Minister of
that she should not make false promises to the people in future. Even after
that, Mrs. Sheila Dikshit has not changed her methods. Some days ago, she
announced that Scheduled Caste people will be provided pukka houses free of
cost. Even this promise has not been fulfilled as yet whereas 18000 houses are
ready for occupation. Delhi
It may be mentioned that before the Assembly Elections of 2008, Smt. Sheila Dikshit had announced in public meeting in entire Delhi and issued advertisements in the newspapers to attract the voters of Delhi that the poor people will be provided flats at low cost. At that time, she had promised to provide 60,000 houses to the poor which has not been fulfilled as yet. The reality is that at the time when Chief Minister had made the promise, the Government had not prepared anu scheme for the construction of cheap houses.
Taking this case to be serious and taking suo moto cognizance of the case Lokayukta started the hearing. During this Government did not cooperate with the court of Lokayukta. In his orders, Justice Sareen had written that the high level functionaries should demonstrate high standards of morality and integrity to the common man and should behave in dignified manner, so that the people may get a good signal from them.