New Delhi, Mar 12: Crisis in the Arvind Kejriwal led-Aam Aadmi Party is not coming to an end, but leaving aside the rift and the infighting, the party is trying to bring some benefits to the babus.
As per an TOI report, "The AAP government is all set to enhance the financial powers of the departmental heads. The move is aimed at cutting red tape and increasing the efficiency of the bureaucracy. The state government has found that HODs waste hundreds of man-hours to get recurring and routine expenditure cleared by the finance department."
As per the new plan as reported by the daily, for approval to new projects, up to Rs 10 crore could be sanctioned by the heads as against the current Rs 5 crore, but the estimates for the same will be prepared by the PWD.
AAP recently hit the headlines as its leader Sanjay Singh admitted that he was working as a mediator between AAP and Congress and also claimed that he met ex-Congress MLA Asif Mohammed Khan. In the whole controversy, Khan also try to bring in the Bhartiya Janata Party.
On Wednesday, former AAP MLA Rajesh Garg had accused AAP convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of indulging in horse trading.
Garg, who quit from party before Delhi Assembly election 2015, has released an audio of a sensation conversation between him and Kejriwal, last year, in which the Delhi CM is reportedly heard talking about buying Congress MLAs in Delhi to form government in the national capital.