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NEW DELHI: A day before Arvind Kejriwal was to take oath as the Chief Minister of Delhi, crooks in various Delhi government departments were destroying government documents, leaving shredded paper in its wake.
According to Headlines Today, incriminating files were quietly destroyed, dubious documents shredded, and suspicious data discretely erased in Delhi government offices.
The channel carried sting cameras at the offices of ministers at the Delhi Secretariat near ITO and at the office of the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) and found that the crooks were destroying incriminating documents.
The channel said its team found former minister and current Delhi Congress chief Arvinder Singh Lovely’s officer on special duty (OSD)busy destroying files and documents.
“While files were being destroyed in one room, groups of officers were running around others trying desperately to get transfers from out of the expected Kejriwal tsunami,’‘ as per the report by the channel owned by the India Today Group.
Kejriwal, whose Aam Aadmi Party took Delhi by storm and secured 28 seats in the 70-member Delhi Assembly, took oath as the youngest chief minister of Delhi at the open ceremony at Ramlila Maidan on Saturday.
The 45-year-old former income-tax official and mechanical engineering graduate from IIT Kharagpur, who has vowed to end VIP culture in Delhi, has refused security and government bungalow which come with his job.
Since he lives in an apartment in Kaushambi in Ghaziabad district on the outskirts of Delhi, Kejriwal took the Metro train to attend his swearing-in ceremony with his six ministers.