AK met Nitish and told how to stop the central government’s ordinance from becoming a law in Parliament

AK met Nitish and told how to stop the central government’s ordinance from becoming a law in Parliament

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who is engaged in the mission of uniting the opposition parties for the Lok Sabha elections 2024, has come to Delhi and met CM Arvind Kejriwal. State Deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav was also present along with Nitish Kumar. Both the leaders met Arvind Kejriwal and had a lot of talks. During this, Nitish Kumar openly supported Kejriwal regarding the service dispute in Delhi. The Chief Minister of Bihar has objected to the ordinance brought by the Central Government. Nitish Kumar said that how can the powers given to an elected government be taken away? It is against the constitution. We stand with Arvind Kejriwal. We are trying to bring all opposition parties together. Here, Arvind Kejriwal told the media that if the central government brings this ordinance to be passed as a bill in the parliament, then how will they stop the Modi government? Arvind Kejriwal said that there was a meeting with Nitish Kumar today. He has said that Nitish Kumar is standing with the people of Delhi against bringing the ordinance by the central government. If the central government brings this ordinance as a bill in the parliament, then all non-BJP parties will come together and then it (BJP) can be defeated in the Rajya Sabha. If this happens in reality, then a message will also go that in the year 2024, the BJP government will be out of power.

Earlier it was being said that on the issue of Arvind Kejriwal ordinance, Nitish Kumar can seek his party’s support in the Rajya Sabha regarding this ordinance. Apart from CM and Deputy CM, Sanjay Jha, Lalan Singh and Manoj Jha were also present in this meeting. On Saturday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal sought support from opposition parties against the central government’s ordinance on service matters in Delhi. Let us inform that this meeting between Nitish and Kejriwal on Sunday is the second meeting in the last one month. The Bihar chief minister had met Kejriwal at his residence on April 12 as part of his efforts to bring all opposition parties together ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. During this, Kejriwal had appreciated Nitish’s efforts and expressed his full support.

Meanwhile, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has defended the ordinance relating to the appointment and transfer of government officials in Delhi, saying it is in line with the Constitution and the Supreme Court’s observations in the matter. BJP leaders claim that this ordinance is in public interest. This ordinance will need the approval of Parliament within six months. Let us tell you that just a week before the ordinance is issued, the Supreme Court has handed over the control of police, law and order and all other services in the national capital to the Delhi government.

The ordinance brought by the central government states that there will be an authority named the National Capital Public Service Authority, which will exercise the powers conferred on it and discharge the responsibilities assigned to it. The Chief Minister of Delhi will be its chairman in the Authority. Also, it will have the Chief Secretary and Principal Secretary (Home) as members. The Ordinance states that all issues to be decided by the Authority shall be decided by a majority of votes of the members present and voting. All the recommendations of the authority will be verified by the member secretary. Provided also that the Authority shall meet at such time and place as may be decided by the Member Secretary with the approval of its Chairperson.

Regarding the transfer-posting of officers, the Ordinance states that notwithstanding any law for the time being in force, transfer and transfer of National Capital Public Service Authority ‘Group-A’ officers and ‘DANICS’ officers serving in matters related to the Delhi government Can recommend posting…but he cannot do so in respect of officers serving in other cases.

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