Shunglu Committee is a Government panel that comprises of experts that looks after the eccentricities and some of the nepotism issues during the appointment of various Government departments in and across Delhi. Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party Government directs this Shunglu Committee in the country. In Shunglu Committee, we can see 3 members formed by the Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung. In the recent report, the Shunglu Committee has slammed the AAP government led by Arvind Kejriwal regarding the issue of gross abuse of power.
As per the latest news, the Shunglu panel has marked some decisions such as allotting the land to AAP party in order to build its own party office. Some other decisions include appointing the daughter of Minister Satyendra Jain as a mission director at Delhi State Health Mission. The panel also pointed out some of the alleged AAP functionaries as advisors.
Shunglu Committee Points out Kejriwal’s Decisions
The report scrutinizes that the beginning of the disagreement placed in the month of April in the year 2015, as per the issue ordered by Arvind Kejriwal for all the departments. The officers took the decisions on different subjects transferred to the Delhi Assembly as per the Article 239AA (3)a of the Indian Constitution. They didn’t even consult the Lt Governor before implementing it. The Shunglu panel said that the decision of allotting land to the Aam Aadmi Party so as to construct a new office for the party must regard as null or void.
The panel also questioned Kejriwal for allotting the house to the Chairperson of the Delhi Commission for Women, Swati Maliwal. As per the latest report, it has more than 100 pages that deal with some decisions that include appointing people as advisors to the Government and a lot more.
As per the latest report, “In pursuance of the directions of the CM in April 2015, it became the practice among ministers not to obtain the approval of the LG and to provide approval at their level,”
Previously, Jung had made allegations on Kejriwal that he had to face some criminal charges for the irregularities that the Shunglu panel had pointed out.