The Delhi BJP welcomed the Centre’s ordinance on the transfer and postings of bureaucrats, emphasizing its importance in upholding Delhi’s dignity and safeguarding the people’s interests. Delhi BJP chief Virendra Sachdeva criticized Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, accusing him of diverting attention from real issues and questioning the wastage of public money on his palace. The AAP, on the other hand, labeled the ordinance as unconstitutional, claiming it aimed to seize power from the Delhi government granted by the Supreme Court.
Delhi BJP Supports Centre’s Ordinance Amid Services Row
The Delhi BJP has expressed its support for the Centre’s ordinance regarding the transfer and postings of bureaucrats in the national capital. The party believes that this ordinance is crucial for upholding the dignity of Delhi and safeguarding the interests of its people. Delhi BJP chief Virendra Sachdeva strongly criticized Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, accusing him of diverting attention from real issues and raising questions about the misuse of public funds in constructing his palace.
AAP Labels the Ordinance “Unconstitutional”
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has labeled the ordinance as “unconstitutional” and claims that it aims to take away the power granted to the Delhi government by the Supreme Court regarding services matters. Virendra Sachdeva, speaking at a press conference, accused the Kejriwal government of intimidating officers and misusing its authority in light of the recent Supreme Court verdict on services matters.
This move by the Centre has sparked a row between the Delhi government and the central government, leading to a contentious debate on the distribution of powers in the national capital. Both sides present conflicting viewpoints on the ordinance’s necessity and its impact on the governance of Delhi.
The controversy surrounding the ordinance and its implications for the governance of Delhi is likely to continue as different stakeholders present their arguments and seek legal remedies to protect their interests.
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