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Delhi LG orders removal of 223 employees appointed by former DCW chief Swati Maliwal

Allegations suggest that Swati Maliwal, the former chairperson of the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW), made appointments without proper authorization, contravening established regulations.

Written by  Annesha Barua -- May 02nd 2024 10:53 AM -- Updated: May 02nd 2024 02:56 PM
Delhi LG orders removal of 223 employees appointed by former DCW chief Swati Maliwal

Delhi LG orders removal of 223 employees appointed by former DCW chief Swati Maliwal

PTC News Desk: The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) has taken swift action following an order from Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena, resulting in the removal of over 223 employees from their positions. The move comes amid allegations that former DCW chairperson, Swati Maliwal, had made these appointments without proper authorisation, contravening established protocols.

A total of 223 employees have been relieved of their duties at the DCW, effective immediately. This decision, prompted by directives from Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena, signifies a significant overhaul within the organisation. It is asserted that these appointments, orchestrated under the tenure of Swati Maliwal, were executed without the requisite permissions, thus raising concerns regarding adherence to regulatory frameworks.

The decision to remove these employees underscores a commitment to upholding institutional integrity and ensuring compliance with established guidelines. The swift action taken by the DCW in response to the order from Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena reflects a dedication to transparency and accountability in its operations.

As the ramifications of these developments unfold, stakeholders await further insights into the circumstances surrounding the appointments made under Swati Maliwal's leadership. The move to remove over 220 employees underscores a concerted effort to rectify any deviations from established procedures and restore confidence in the functioning of the Delhi Commission for Women.

- With inputs from agencies

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