In 9 Months, Uttarakhand Government Spent Rs 68 Lakh On Tea, Snacks: RTI

Dehradun:  The BJP government in Uttarakhand, headed by Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, has spent over Rs 68 lakh in nine months on tea and snacks, a Right To Information or RTI has revealed.

The RTI request was sent by an activist, Hemant Singh Gaunia, to the BJP government in Dehradun on December 19, 2017, asking for details on the money spent on tea and snacks ever since the new government was sworn in on March 18 last year.

The state government, in its response, said “68 lakh, 59 thousand and 865 rupees have been spent”.

The money has been spent by the ministers and other officials in entertaining guests, specifically on tea and snacks, it said.

“Such expenses are natural but if they go beyond a limit then it is a matter of concern. Janata Darbar and official meetings take place at the chief minister’s office. Uttarakhand chief minister will take cognizance of it,” BJP’s Virender Bisht told news agency ANI on the Rs 68 lakh expenditure. 


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