Delhi CM Kejriwal seeks report from vigilance minister on complaint against chief secretary
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has requested a report on a complaint accusing Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar's son of being employed by a relative of a landowner who received higher compensation for land acquired for a road project. The complaint alleges that the son worked for a realty firm connected to one of the landowners. The award for the land was initially set at Rs 41.52 crore but was later raised to Rs 353.79 crore.
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