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AAP claims conspiracy to establish President’s rule in Delhi by BJP

AAP claims conspiracy to establish President’s rule in Delhi by BJP

Delhi minister and AAP politician, Atishi had alleged that the BJP is plotting to install President’s rule in the national capital. The minister has stated that it is illegal and violates the people’s mandate.

“Let me warn the BJP that imposing President’s rule in Delhi will be illegal, unconstitutional and against the mandate of the people of Delhi. The people of Delhi have given a clear mandate to Arvind Kejriwal and Aam Aadmi Party,” Atishi said in a press conference.

At a press conference, Atishi said that AAP president Arvind Kejriwal was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate “under fake allegations” in order to halt the party’s plan of paying Rs 1,000 per month to women.

She reiterated her claim that Arvind Kejriwal was jailed in a bogus Delhi excise policy violations case because there is a plot to destabilize the elected government. In addition, the minister stated that no top IAS official has been appointed in Delhi in recent months.

“Posts are lying vacant in departments but no postings have taken place. Bureaucrats have stopped attending meetings called by ministers, citing the Model Code of Conduct,” she charged.

In addition she said, “When we see a few things from the past, it shows that there has been a well-thought conspiracy going on. No officers are being posted in Delhi, no transfer postings within Delhi, and officers have stopped attending the meetings since the elections were announced. For the last week, the LG has been writing baseless letters to MHA and the CM’s personal secretary has also been removed. This all shows the conspiracy that is going on to topple the Delhi govt.”

On Thursday, Atishi said that there is “much anger” among Delhi residents over Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s imprisonment, and that they will respond appropriately to the BJP in the Lok Sabha elections.

Arvind Kejriwal has filed an appeal with the Supreme Court against the Delhi High Court’s decision to dismiss his plea contesting his arrest in the Delhi excise policy irregularities case. He was arrested on March 21 by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with the excise policy issue. On Tuesday, the Delhi High Court rejected his petition opposing his detention, stating that his arrest did not infringe on the law and cannot be considered “illegal,” including the remand.


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