In a recent development, the Centre’s action to gain authority over the services department of the Delhi government has triggered a fierce dispute between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), led by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. This move is being perceived as a strategic maneuver to exert control over the administration in Delhi.
Centre’s Legal Order and Jurisdiction Battle
The Centre has recently issued a comprehensive legal order that outlines procedures related to the allocation, relocation, oversight, and other aspects concerning the administration of Delhi’s National Capital Territory. This action comes in the wake of the Supreme Court granting the Delhi government jurisdiction over the provision of services just a few days ago. The Centre’s move is seen as an attempt to regain control over the services department.
Kejriwal’s Criticism and Plan to Approach Supreme Court
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has openly criticized the Centre’s ordinance, which restores the control of services to the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi. He has vowed to take the matter to the Supreme Court, turning it into a legal battle between the judiciary and the Central government. Kejriwal has labeled the ordinance as unconstitutional and has expressed his strong opposition to it.
The clash between the BJP and Kejriwal’s AAP continues to escalate as both sides assert their positions in this power struggle over the control of services in Delhi. The upcoming legal battle in the Supreme Court will be crucial in determining the future course of action in this ongoing dispute.
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