Now Kejri sarkar books 240 luxury hotel rooms for govt. officials

29th April 2021

29th April 2021

Even as general public is recovering from the shocking 100-bed facility set up for Delhi High Court judges, staff and its family members—now rebutted by the honourable juddges—the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government has now specially booked 4 hotels for Covid-19 treatment of govt officials.

The total 240 rooms include 70 rooms in Hotel Ginger, 50 rooms in Vivek Nagar, 50 rooms in Hotel Park Plaza, Shahdara, Hotel Leela Ambience, CBD Ground and full Hotel Golden Tulip Essential, Hari Nagar, which has 70 rooms. While the first three hotels will be regulated by Rajiv Gandhi Super Speciality Hospital, the Hotel Golden Tulip will be managed by Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital. 

The released order stated that these hotels will be used to “provide Covid Health Care facility to the COVID positive officer/officials/their families treating them as if they are admitted in the Hospital. Serious patients could be shifted to the main Hospital Area.”

This action has infuriated social media users as they slammed Kejriwal for arranging special services when citizens of Delhi haplessly wander in a struggle to find a hospital bed for critical patients. 

Kapil Sharma, leader of BJP, tweeted the order and said, “The public is dying while searching for a single bed. How can this be tolerated?”

One user said that they are wasting lakhs of money in 5-star hotels while a common man is dying on the road. 

Earlier also the High Court of Delhi slammed the Delhi Government for reserving 100 rooms at a 5-star resort for the judicial officers. The Court mentioned, “We have not made any such request that you set it up at this hotel or that hotel. The purpose of the meeting was that the judiciary, especially subordinate courts. We’ve already lost to two judicial officers.”

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