Sisodia claims that reports were written at the BJP office while the BJP blasts the AAP for the vigilance department's accusation of the classroom scandal.

Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta says the Delhi government has exhibited to be incredibly corrupt . Gupta also claims that the AAP government has been indulgent in coercion in all departments .

New Delhi, India, November 25: The BJP cited the report from the vigilance directorates on Friday on the widespread irregularities and corruption in the design of classrooms in Delhi government schools, saying that it exposed the corrupt character of Kejriwal-led governments in front of the people.26 -Rs 30 lakh.The vigilance team reported that there was a fraud of Rs 1300 crore, according to the police department.This is a case of bribery, as the group made a smear on schools.

They executed a Rs.200,000 bogus.AAP has been accused of corruption in every sector, raking 1300 crores even in the construction of schools and a temple of higher education.These classrooms are now called the Jal Board, Yamuna, Aakash, or even Yamuna.

Manish Sisodia, Delhi's deputy chief minister, told a press conference in the national capital that the vigilance report has been sent to the media and the chief secretary.It has not been submitted to the minister.It was also not submitted to the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC).FIRs, charge sheets, and vigilance reports are all written in the BJP's office and are distributed to the general public.They are not given to ministers, he said.

It's happening every day, according to Sisodia.Both parties also claim that the AAP, which denied AAP leader Sandeep Bhardwaj a ticket to the forthcoming MCD polls.It's a sad happening.For the past few days, the AAP has been offering tickets to the rich for money rather than party workers.It's a very difficult issue.When a dedicated party employee was given complete assurance that he would be given a ticket from Ramesh Nagar, further investigations would determine whether there was any money taken or given.

Bhardwaj was unhappy with the tickets and that he committed suicide the day after.According to Delhi Police, AAP trade wing secretary Sandeep Bhardwaj was discovered dead at his Rajouri Garden home on Thursday.

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