Kejriwal spends Rs 15 crore for advts in three months

aapThe AAP government in Delhi spent about Rs 15 crore on advertisements in the print media during the 91-day period till May 11. It disbursed a total amount of Rs 14.96 crore for advertising excluding broadcast from February 10 to May 11, according to a reply provided to a RTI query by advocate Aman Panwar.
The Delhi government spent around Rs 5 crore in publicising the two rounds of the odd-even scheme, implemented for 15 days each in January and April respectively, the Lok Sabha was told recently.
The list of publications which received money from the Kejriwal government for carrying the advertisements interestingly included dailies from Kerala, Karnataka, Odisha and Tamil Nadu among other states.
The AAP government came under attack from the opposition Congress on Sunday for its advertising campaigns.
“On one hand we don’t have money to pay salaries to sanitation workers, on one hand we don’t even have money to pay for pension but on the other they are spending huge amounts (for advertisements) for self- publicity,” Congress leader Ajay Maken said.

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