Varudhini Parinayam Episode 853 (11th Nov 2016) – Final Episode

Varudhini Parinayam Episode 853 (11th November 2016) Friday – Last Episode
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Varudhini Parinayam Episode 848 (5th November 2016) Saturday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 847 (4th November 2016) Friday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 846 (3rd November 2016) Thursday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 844 (2nd November 2016) Wednesday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 845 (2nd November 2016) Wednesday
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Varudhini Parinayam Episode 836 (19th October 2016) Wednesday
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Varudhini Parinayam Episode 830 (11th October 2016) Tuesday
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Varudhini Parinayam Episode 828 (7th October 2016) Friday
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Varudhini Parinayam Episode 823 (30th September 2016) Friday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 822 (29th September 2016) Thursday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 821 (28th September 2016) Wednesday
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Varudhini Parinayam Episode 816 (21st September 2016) Wednesday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 815 (20th September 2016) Tuesday
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Varudhini Parinayam Episode 812 (15th September 2016) Thursday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 811 (14th September 2016) Wednesday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 810 (13th September 2016) Tuesday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 809 (13th September 2016) Tuesday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 808 (9th September 2016) Friday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 807 (8th September 2016) Thursday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 806 (7th September 2016) Wednesday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 805 (6th September 2016) Tuesday
Varudhini Parinayam Episode 804 (5th September 2016) Monday
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OMG! CM involves in ‘Samosa’ Scam

It sounds awkward. But, the opposition BJP unearthed ‘Samosa scam’ allegedly involved by the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal government.
Ahead of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections, the opposition party targeted Kejriwal by exposing irregularities in the administration at ground level.

It revealed that Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government has spent over Rs one crore of public money on tea and samosas in the last 18 months. It found out about the splurge by posting a query to the government under the Right to Information Act.

It said Delhi Tourism and Transport Development Corporation (DTTDC) had organised two lunch parties last year on 11 and 12 February for 50 and 30 persons respectively which cost over Rs11 lakh.

Union minister and senior BJP leader Piyush Goyal termed the alleged expenditure “mind boggling”. “The government is a custodian of public funds entrusted to it by tax payers in the form of exchequer. But Kejriwal and his party have been misusing these funds for the last two years for its political needs and purposes,” Goyal said.

The permissible limit under financial rules is Rs1,250 per person for hosting a lunch in non-five star hotels. No codal formalities or financial rules were followed before placing the orders. Two bills were raised by DTTDC for a total amount of Rs 11,04,357, BJP leaders said.

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