The House witnessed an uproar as soon as the process of electing six members of the top decision-making body began.
According to reports, bottles were hurled and scuffle broke out between AAP and BJP corporators. Some BJP members claimed that some of their fellow party councilors were hurt by the objects thrown in the air.
Shelly Oberoi allowed members to carry their phones during voting, but BJP was against it. This created an uproar in the House, due to which he had to adjourn the proceedings several times. Mayor Oberoi alleged that some of them tried to attack him, with Chief Minister and AAP national convenor Kejriwal reacting to it saying it was “absolutely shocking and unacceptable”.
“When I was conducting the standing committee elections as per the Supreme Court order, BJP councilors tried to attack me! This is the height of BJP’s hooliganism that they are trying to attack a woman mayor.
AAP MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj alleged that the BJP is not allowing the standing committee elections to be held. He said that the BJP is going against the order of the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court, in its February 17 order, had said that notice shall be issued within 24 hours for convening the first meeting of the MCD to decide the date for election of mayor, deputy mayor and standing committee members. of civic body.
The next day, Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena approved the convening of the Municipal Council to hold elections on 22 February.
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