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May 23, 2024
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Kejriwal calls centre’s officer transfer ordinance a “Dirty Joke” played on the public

NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced on Saturday that the Aam Admi Party (AAP) government will challenge the recently passed central government regulations on the placement and transfer of civil servants to the Supreme Court. Kejriwal called the regulation “unconstitutional” and a threat to democracy.

Prime Minister Kejriwal, in a statement, expressed concern over the actions of the central government, stating: “The introduction of this regulation appears to have imposed a grave injustice on the people and the state. has openly challenged the Supreme Court and appears to imply that it intends to revoke orders issued by the Supreme Court through statutes: “The challenge is that the public will vote for any party other than the Bharatiya Janata Party.” If it does, it means that the government elected by the people will be thwarted.”

Kejriwal further stressed his desire to gain public support on the issue, adding: It is clear to the public that the Bharatiya Janata Party will not win a single seat in Delhi in the upcoming Indian parliamentary elections. ” I appeal to the opposition parties not to allow this bill even if it passes Congress.

Kejriwal accused the Bharatiya Janata Party-led central government of obstructing his ability to govern, suggesting that the motive behind the decree was to limit the government’s powers.

The controversy stems from a recent Supreme Court ruling that gave the Delhi government control over the placement and transfer of civil servants. In response, the central government on Friday promulgated a special law giving the lieutenant governor the final say on the matter.

Kejriwal’s decision The Supreme Court’s decision to challenge the regulation highlights rising tensions between Delhi and the central government. The lawsuit could have a significant impact on the relationship between the two companies and could also affect Delhi’s governance.

As the matter unfolds, it remains to be seen how the Supreme Court will respond to the Delhi government’s challenge and whether this dispute will ultimately be resolved through legal means or through political negotiations. don’t know.

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