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Councillor Harjinder Kaur, who had raised the demand for the committee, said that the idea was to have a proper system in place.
"The person who moots a certain idea should head the committee. This year, however such committees were headed by only Congress councillors. The leadership spirit was missing. The focus of the ruling party was not on development," she said.
In fact committees were constituted in the general house whenever discussion on an issue turned controversial or these were referred to the sub-committees that are already in place. Most of these have yielded no result.
The only committee that submitted its report was the one that benefitted the councillors. The committee had recommended that the ward development fund of the councillors be increased to Rs 1 crore.
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