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BJP has called DDCA probe panel's letter to NSA an exercise in "cheap publicity and propaganda."Accusing former solicitor general Gopal Subramanian of working at the behest of the AAP government, BJP asked Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal to read the Constitution, alleging that his several decisions have been "unconstitutional"."It is not within the legal purview of the Delhi government to probe the Delhi cricket board (DDCA) which is registered as a society under the Company Act. ormer solicitor general Gopal Subramanian has written a letter to NSA asking him to make available five officers each from IB, CBI and Delhi Police for his probe into alleged irregularities in DDCA. Subramanian is doing such drama at the behest of Kejriwal who is used to taking unconstitutional decisions," BJP secretary Shrikant Sharma said."It is nothing but part of its propaganda. Kejriwal should read the Constitution so that he can focus on what his government should be doing, like sanitation and preventing dengue from recurring, and not what it should not be doing," he said.
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