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After meeting LG, Arvind Kejriwal said that we want to work together.
Politics is taking place in Delhi on the issue of preventing teachers from going to Finland for training. On Friday, CM Arvind Kejriwal arrived with the law book to meet Delhi’s LG VK Saxena. After meeting LG, Arvind Kejriwal said that we want to work together.
After meeting the LG, Kejriwal said that for the last few months, we are seeing that his interference in the works of the Delhi government is increasing. Due to this, the work of the people of Delhi is not being done. Had gone to meet the Lieutenant Governor today regarding this. I had taken books of many laws including the Constitution of the country, the GNCT Act.
Kejriwal said – what LG is doing is unconstitutional
Kejriwal said that the law says that police, law and land are the subjects of the Lieutenant Governor and the rest is with the elected government. The order of the constitution bench of the Supreme Court says that the Lieutenant Governor has no right to decide on transfer matters. This means that the Lieutenant Governor sealed Jasmine Shah’s office, made Alderman, Presiding Officer, ordered recovery of 164 crores, stopped teachers from going to Finland, all that is unconstitutional.
On the other hand, the office of Lieutenant Governor of Delhi VK Saxena has said that during the meeting with me by CM Kejriwal, all the things said by me including the Supreme Court are fabricated and I have not said anything like that.
Kejriwal said that the order of the constitution bench of the Supreme Court says that the Lieutenant Governor has no right to take a decision on transfer matters.
Kejriwal said – you cannot get the file directly from the officer
Kejriwal said, ‘When I talked about this with the Lieutenant Governor, he said that all this could be the opinion of the Supreme Court, it has no meaning. I am the administrator of Delhi, I can do anything. Kejriwal said that I again asked that you cannot get the file directly from the officer, it is not written anywhere, so he said that it does not apply to me. Then I asked why did you appoint an Elder Man, on this the Lieutenant Governor said that the Administrator is written in the MCD Act. If it is written like this for education and other departments as well, then what will the elected government do.
The CM further said, ‘When I showed more court orders to the Lieutenant Governor, he said that I am the administrator, I have supreme power. I told the Lieutenant Governor that the payment of all the departments has been stopped, the officers are telling in a muted tongue that it is an order from above, they said that I did not do this. We will again tell the Lieutenant Governor not to stop the work of Delhi, if we have to join hands, we will join hands, if we have to go to court, we will go but the people of Delhi will not let the work stop.
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