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Aam Aadmi Party spends Rs 5 crore on odd- even ad campaigns

12-May-2016
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Aam Aadmi Party spends Rs 5 crore on odd- even ad campaigns

The Arvind Kejriwal led government in New Delhi has spent around five crore rupees in advertising for odd-even scheme. The second round of odd-even scheme went smoothly from 15th to 30th April 2016, while the previous round was implemented in January earlier this year. The Delhi government spent the entire money in both the rounds of odd even scheme.

While informing the Loksabha, Minister of State for Home, Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary said the expenditure on print media stood at Rs 1.67 crore and Rs 3.72 crore on electronic media.

It can be recalled that Delhi Government spent around Rs 23 crore on various advertising campaigns between May and August 2015. 

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