12 Apr 2024

Is Centre planning to impose President's Rule in Delhi? What Atishi said?

The Delhi government has accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of attempting to impose President's rule in the capital. Atishi, a Delhi minister, stated they have received credible information indicating a political plot aimed at destabilizing the Arvind Kejriwal-led administration.

Highlighting the prolonged delay in the appointments of senior IAS officers despite vacancies in various departments, Atishi emphasized the deliberate efforts to undermine the functioning of the government. She asserted that the recent arrest of Arvind Kejriwal on baseless charges is part of a concerted scheme to overthrow the democratically elected government.

"The recent events make it evident that there's a meticulously planned conspiracy at play," Atishi expressed during a press briefing.

Furthermore, Atishi pointed out the disruption caused by the absence of new officer postings and transfers within Delhi, alongside a decline in officer participation in meetings since the announcement of elections.

Adding weight to their claims, Atishi mentioned the dismissal of Kejriwal's private secretary as another element in the unfolding "conspiracy."

In response, the BJP refuted all allegations, dismissing them as concocted narratives fabricated by the AAP on a daily basis.

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