AAP v/s Central Government: What Delhiites Say


Check out what Delhiites say about the ongoing tussle between CM Kejriwal and Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung.
The Ministry of Home Affairs amended a 1998 notification today and said that according to the Constitution L-G was the “administrative head” of the National Capital Territory of Delhi.

The notification also made it clear that since bureaucrats and police officers working in the Delhi government belong to central cadres like AGMU, IPS, DANICS and DANIPS, the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) of Delhi government had no jurisdiction on them. This notification comes as a severe blow to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government’s anti-corruption drive, since they will no longer be able to book these officials facing charges of corruption.

Today’s gazette notification supercedes the one in 1998, issued by the then Home Minister LK Advani also says that legislative assembly of Delhi has no “executive powers” and the order of L-G will be final when it came to matters of transfers and postings. It was on the issue of appointment of an interim chief secretary Shakuntala Gamlin that the L-G office and Delhi government had a heated controversy.


  1. LG-AK feud is yet another form of political corruption that has been gifted to India by BJP. Difficult time for Delhi Govt and Center will continue to trouble. AAP should still keep focused and continue to serve Delhites.

  2. The center government got spooked within 100 days of AAP. The tv media is becoming irrelevant and annoying as the viewer is smart enough to call spade a spade. The center is now exposing itself and daily basis giving the people of India the reason to not to vote for them.


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