'Arvind Kejriwal Treated Like a Peon by Delhi's Lieutenant Governor'

Lester Mason
December 29, 2017

The House was debating the NCT of Delhi Laws (Special Provisions) Second (Amendment) Bill, 2017, that extends immunity to illegal constructions in Delhi till December 31, 2020.

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had dubbed it as an "insult" to the people of Delhi.

As the issue dominated the discussion on a bill related to Delhi, a number of opposition members raised the matter of the chief minister not being invited to the inauguration of Metro's Magenta Line.

T K Rangarajan of the CPI (M) echoed him and said the state government should have been given full powers which were being violated not only in Delhi but also in Puducherry. "What steps are they taking to rectify this situation?" "In four decades of public life, I have faced many challenges".

Trinamool Congress leader Nadimul Haque pointed out that the elected government in Delhi is not allowed to work and Baijal dictates what has to be done in the city. "This is going to be a hard one, but I accept your challenge", said Puri. ". this one-upmanship should end", he said, as Opposition members hissed "shame".

"The Prime Minister inaugurated a new route of Delhi Metro".

The party's outreach team has sought donation from people over the "snub" that chief minister Arvind Kejriwal got in the inauguration of a Metro line and the on-going standoff with Delhi lieutenant governor, Anil Baijal, over its government's doorstep delivery scheme. It has been elected democratically by the people of Delhi.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is literally cashing in on the "outrage" among its donors over two recent face-offs with the Centre and the lieutenant governor of Delhi.

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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