Delhi Ordinance: Controversy over Centre’s Ordinance, CM Arvind Kejriwal got Congress support

Delhi Ordinance: Controversy over Centre’s Ordinance, CM Arvind Kejriwal got Congress support

Congress Supports AAP: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has received support from the Congress amid the controversy over the Centre’s ordinance on transfers and appointments in Delhi. . Senior Congress leader Anand Sharma said on Monday (May 22) that the Congress is with the decision of the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court on the rights of the Delhi government. The central government should respect the Supreme Court’s decision.

This statement by Anand Sharma came at a time when Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar met Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge and Rahul Gandhi on Monday. done A day ago, on Sunday (May 21), Nitish Kumar met “AAP” in Delhi. National convener and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal met. Meanwhile, they ‘Aap’ had assured support to the government.

Arvind Kejriwal had said that he would personally meet the leaders of all the opposition parties to seek their support in this matter, so that the Ordinance is approved by the Centre. Any bill brought to amend may be prevented from passing in the Rajya Sabha. He had said that I have also requested Nitish Kumar to talk to all opposition parties in this regard.

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Nitish Kumar assured

After this meeting Nitish Kumar told the Center “How can you take away the power of the elected government,” he said. Study the constitution and see what is right. Whatever Kejriwal is saying is right. We are completely with them. We Arvind Kejriwal. His government is being prevented from functioning.

Centre issued Ordinance

Central government on Friday in Delhi Group-A officials. issued an ordinance with a view to establishing the National Capital Public Service Authority for the transfer of and disciplinary action against them. A week before the ordinance was promulgated, the Supreme Court handed over control of all services except police, law and order and land to the Delhi government.

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