New Delhi: AAP leader Dilip Pandey alleged on Wednesday through a series of tweets that the BJP-run Municipal Corporations of Delhi (MCD) have "created over 23,000 ghost employees" and spent nearly Rs.100 crore on their salaries every year.
"Delhi government had given MCD a budget of Rs.4,000 crore but despite this they are running away from their responsibilities," the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader`s tweets said on Wednesday.
He added that the Bharatiya Janata Party was converting Delhi into a "garbage dump".
The government had allotted Rs.45 crore to the South Delhi Municipal Corporation for dengue and malaria control in the area, but only Rs.18 crore were spent, Pandey stated.
The tweets also said with the BJP in control of the civic corporations, the common man cannot get any work done without paying bribe.