'Transparency International' rebuffs Shazia Ilmi's claims

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New Delhi, Feb 18: Global corruption watchdog Transparency International (TI), on Tuesday rebuffed the Aam Aadmi Party's claims that corruption has come down in Delhi in the past 45 days when the party was in power in the state.

Former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal had claimed during a CII meet on Monday that according to an unpublished report by Transparency International corruption has come down in the Delhi Jal Board. Transparency International India on Tuesday released a statement denying any such report on Delhi.

(Read the press release here)

Shazia Iilmi said TI report had found that corruption is down in Delhi

 

"For 65 years, corruption was not controlled, we brought it down in 30-35 days even if only by 20-30% and they say we don't known how to govern?" Kejriwal had said.

Senior AAP leader Shazia Iilmi was quoted in Hindustan Times report, saying that Transparency International had found that corruption is down in Delhi in the past 45 days. (Read the HT story here: On Page 9)

"Transparency International, in a report which hasn't been released in India yet, says that in the past 45 days corruption has come down in Delhi. This is by itself an achievement of AAP," she said.

Ashutosh Kumar Mishra, Executive Director, Transparency International India, in a press release, denied the existence of any such report.

"The information shared by Ms Shazia Ilmi is factually incorrect. We have not undertaken any study on corruption in Delhi and so there is no question of any such published or unpublished report," the press release said.

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