the Home Ministry sources were also clueless about Jung's move. Senior Raj Niwas officials also confirmed that nobody, but Jung's immediate family knew about his decision.
"LG is acting like Hitler, following in footsteps of his masters Mr Modi n Amit Shah...Najeeb Jung has sold his soul to the Prime Minister," Kejriwal said
The AAP government on Thursday said it will challenge the high court order holding that the Lieutenant Governor is the administrative head of the National Capital Territory, as it "undermined" the powers of the council of ministers given by the Constitution.
The AAP government on Thursday effected a major bureaucratic reshuffle involving as many as 25 senior officials, amid its bitter confrontation with
Notwithstanding Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's strong opposition, senior bureaucrat Dharam Pal remains Delhi's Home Secretary with the
In power for nearly four months, the Kejriwal government has constantly been embroiled in some feud or the other. First, it got into a nasty fight with its own founding members and then, the ongoing tussle with the L-G over the sharing of power has brought administration and governance in the capital to a standstill.
Sisodia pointed out that the matter was still on in the Delhi High Court and there was an affidavit submitted to the court which stated that Tomar was a bonafide student.
Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday hit out at Lt Governor Najeeb Jung for questioning Delhi government's move to induct five police officers from Bihar in its
The Centre’s decision to challenge the High Court order on the notification issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in the Supreme Court may not affect the Delhi CM even if it doesn’t go in favour of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government.
Constitutionally, the resolutions passed by the Delhi Assembly means nothing because it is not binding on anyone.
Alleging that officers were running "transfer-posting industry" in Delhi, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday said AAP government was being opposed for trying to stop it, a day after bureaucrats expressed anguish over the treatment meted out to them.
Kejriwal, a two-time chief minister and former bureaucrat, should have known that in the government no one asks and no one signs on a loose piece of paper but it’s always the files which move for sign and seal.
It’s easy to brand Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal a megalomaniac and reduce the latest series of confrontation between him and the Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung to clash of egos.
The BJP has been maintaining that it will take a decision on government formation in Delhi after getting an invite from the Lt Governor.
Section of BJP led by some MLAs and their patrons are willing to form the government by any means.