Day after CAG report, Kejriwal asserts revenue surplus over 5 years possible as Delhi has non-corrupt govt

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New Delhi | Published: December 3, 2019 11:46:10 AM

Taking to Twitter, the chief minister said, "Five years of increased expenditure on schools, hospitals, water and power - all this while maintaining revenue surplus and improving Delhi's fiscal health...(sic)"

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A day after the CAG report said that the Delhi government has maintained a revenue surplus over the last five years, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday asserted it was possible as the national capital has a “non-corrupt government”.

Taking to Twitter, the chief minister said, “Five years of increased expenditure on schools, hospitals, water and power – all this while maintaining revenue surplus and improving Delhi’s fiscal health…(sic)”

“This was possible because Delhi has a non-corrupt govt which uses every paisa of taxpayer money on public welfare,” he said.

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