A day after he inspected the site of the much delayed Signature Bridge, deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia registered his annoyance in a strongly worded report that charged the bureaucratic brass led by chief secretary Anshu Prakash with not cooperating with the government on the project.
In the report that the government will submit to Delhi high court during a hearing on July 13, Sisodia recorded that senior IAS officers in charge of the departments involved in the project “chose not to attend the site inspection” with him on Tuesday. The minister directed Prakash to seek written explanations from these officers on their absence.
The report, copies of which were sent to the chief secretary and heads of the departments concerned, stated that on April 26, the high court had directed the chief secretary to convene a meeting to sort out matters and complete the construction of the bridge without further cost escalation. Read More
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