The committee will comprise representatives of the School of Planning and Architecture (SPA), PWD and Delhi Jal Board, besides representatives of two traders’ associations.
Meanwhile, AAP senior leader and MCD in-charge Durgesh Pathak asked why there was no action against the encroachments done by the BJP leaders.
The Aam Aadmi Party will oppose the demolition drive and I have written to the Union home minister to seek his intervention in the matter, he said, adding that they are even ready to go to jail.
In an online briefing, Manish Sisodia claimed that the civic bodies have a plan to raze 63 lakh dwellings in Delhi.
Deputy CM sanctions Rs 2,306.58 crore fund for development work, campuses at Rohini & Dheerpur will cater around 30,000 students
Deputy CM okays project for Punjabi Bagh-Raja Garden stretch and Anand Vihar-Apsara Border flyover
The flags were put up on the outer side of the main gate number one of the assembly complex, which have now been removed by the administration.
To ease parking problems during trade fair at Pragati Maidan, a branch tunnel has also been made.
Sisodia said the combined efforts of PWD and DMRC on this project will reduce the cost of the project and save time too.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia alleged that the BJP, which is ruling the three MCDs, was planning to raze constructions in 1,750 unauthorised irregular and 860 slum colonies.
The schools have also been directed to not change colour, design or any other specifications of uniforms for at least three years.
“The role of the SCERT or the Research and Training wing in education is very important. Improvement of quality of education depends on this.
The deputy CM said that the role of the SCERT or Research and Training wing in any country's education department is very important.
The proposed programme will assist construction employees in reducing their costs associated with work-related travel within the city.
91% of 11.5 lakh Delhiites surveyed believe BJP orchestrates riots, 73% say AAP honest party: Sisodia
Buoyed by its stupendous victory in Punjab, the Aam Aadmi Party is gearing up to contest on all seats in the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Assembly polls slated for later this year.