Governments are constantly insisting on using electric vehicles to control pollution, but it is surprising when the government itself does not just forget its instructions. Rather, the MP completely ruins the money and the resources from the fund to clean up Delhi.
Hundreds of garbage e-rickshaws lying idle
Hundreds of garbage e-rickshaws / e-carts standing in the East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) office are wrapped in a thick sheet of dust, whose packing foil has not even landed yet. It is written on these e-carts, “This e-cart was purchased from Mr. Manoj Tiwari’s MP Nidhi” Nearly half of the office of EDMC, Nand Nagri is surrounded by e-cart. These electric vehicles stand far away in the office without being used. The vehicles that were bought to collect garbage are lying as if they were waste themselves. Talking to ABP News, an employee working in the EDMC office who is the driver of the water tank says that All rickshaws have been standing in the office for about one and a half years.
Aam Aadmi Party surrounds BJP and MCD
The Aam Aadmi Party was also seen circulating the BJP and MCD on this matter. AAP is accusing the MCD of corruption of 4 crores for the purchase of e-rickshaws. Aam Aadmi Party leader Durgesh Pathak says in an exclusive conversation with ABP News that “East MCD is the dirtiest area in Delhi. It shows how bad the MCD system is. Nothing is going on properly in MCD. Shopping 200 That was done, but not even one is used in East Delhi. We kept this thing in the ward meeting but no one listens. Today Delhi is the dirtiest, which the MCD has the responsibility to clean. They may not have got a buyer, they may not be getting any benefit from tendering. “
Mayor of East MCD answered the question
All the keyed e-carts are getting old. Their tires have been punctured and the battery has also deteriorated due to long usage, how and when will they be brought back from use ?, in response to the question, East MCD Mayor Nirmal Jain says that “they are used back The government will not have to spend big money to bring it in because it is under two years of under-warranty “but the question arises that after all there was no need, why did so many e-carts be ordered? Why was MP Manoj Tiwari asked for help if there was no need? If they could not be used at the time, could it not be returned?
Rickshaw not distributed due to being in lockdown
When we asked the Mayor of East Delhi about this, the Mayor says “90 E carts came in Shahdara South Zone from the funds of Mahesh Giri and Manoj Tiwari, both MPs from East Delhi, which we divided into wards but Shahdara North Zone The deliveries which were e-carts taken from Manoj Tiwari’s fund were received at the time of lockdown. The rickshaws are not yet distributed due to being in lockdown. The authorities have taken up the task of distribution. Around 100 e-carts are standing. There. I have been given the same information by the authorities. The Aam Aadmi Party members will only find out the charges and they have to make allegations in anything and I will get them investigated about how long these carts have been standing there. “
Manoj Tiwari also gave his response
On this matter, MP Manoj Tiwari says, “I have been told that e-carts have not been purchased yet, so I have written my refund letter. I am not aware that hundreds of e-carts are getting spoiled standing in the junk . I am very sad that my fund has not been utilized properly and now I want to take that fund and spend it elsewhere. “
Mayor Nirmal Jain is making this claim
After the administration of the MP and the mayor got into action after ABP News reported, Mayor Nirmal Jain is now claiming that “the department has now distributed all these e-carts. According to Ward and according to the requirement Gone. At one point of time they were standing, I agree with this. We had made 100 e-carts available from Manoj Tiwari’s MP fund, an amount of two crore rupees was given and why there was a delay in distributing them, I I’ll check it out! “
These questions are arising
With the intention of reducing pollution, hundreds of e-carts purchased with the money of MP funds are lying in bad condition. It is being argued that the e-cart was not distributed due to the lockdown, but remind, even in the lockdown, the Corona Warriors, that is, the cleaning workers were working every day. So the question arises that if e-certs are found even in lockdown, then why were they not distributed till so many months after the process of unlock-5 started?