To a question on the role of Aam Aadmi Party government in the city, Maken sad it was their responsibility to challenge the court’s decision but they remained silent.
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The BJP and AAP are currently at loggerheads over the state government’s Covid-19 management efforts, at a time when the state is witnessing an unprecedented spike in coronavirus cases.
According to the BJP’s Delhi unit, the announcement by the Kejriwal government to sanitize public places and DTC buses remained only on paper just like the other promises made by him.
According to the complainants, Singh, during a press conference on August 12, had stated that people have started calling the STF as a “Special Thakur Force”, which was “killing Brahmins selectively”.
In a related development, the Delhi High Court has pulled up the city government, saying that depletion of its revenue cannot be an answer to lack of funds with municipal corporations to pay salaries of their staff.
AAP’s Delhi convenor Rai said that the restructuring work will begin on Wednesday and will continue till August 20.
The Delhi government has also informed the court that 430 ambulances are now available with the government of which 200 are of CATS (Centralized Ambulance Trauma Services).
Delhi, governed by Aam Aadmi Party, is in the eye of a storm ever since the city government said no outsider will be allowed to get Covid treatment in the capital even as the number of cases touched 29,943.
In his public address, Kejriwal said that till Thursday, the Aam Aadmi Party government was serving 20,0000 people daily across 224 night shelters in the national capital.
AAP leader assured all possible help from the Delhi government to the family.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal oath taking ceremony live updates: AAP chief ends speech with the song ‘Hum Honge Kamyab’, watch video
The huge hoarding of ‘Dhanyavad Dilli’ along with Arvind Kejriwal’s image has been put up in and around the historic Ramlila Maidan for the swearing-in of the AAP supremo as chief minister of Delhi for the third successive time on Sunday.
However, BJP leader and newly elected MLA Vijender Gupta called it a “tughlaqi farmaan” and on Saturday wrote a letter to Kejriwal, asking him to roll back the order.
Grand Alliance leaders held a meeting here on Friday. However, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and the Congress were conspicuously absent from the meeting, indicating that all is not well in the grand alliance.
The maximum number of Bihari MLAs have come from Aam Aadmi Party. Even the record of winning by the most votes came to Bihar’s account.
About one-year-old Avyaan Tomar was spotted by the people at both Arvind Kejriwal’s residence and at the Aam Aadmi Party office on Tuesday — the counting day of the Delhi Assembly polls.
The highest record was set in 1998, by marking 9 women MLAs in Delhi when Congress lead Sheila Dixit assumed for the first time in office after Delhi becoming a Union Territory. In 1993, there were 3 women MLAs in Delhi, whereas the mark again dropped by 3 in 2008 and 2013.
The candidate who won the seat with the lowest margin was also from the AAP. Bhupinder Singh Joon got elected from the Bijwasan constituency with a margin of 753 seats.
As per early trends, AAP candidate Dinesh Mohaniya is leading against Congress’ Poonam Azad and Shiv Charan Lal Gupta of Janata Dal (United).
Matia Mahal is a suburban assembly seat that comes under Central Delhi Lok Sabha constituency. Counting of votes is underway.
Delhi Assembly Election Result 2020: Check Constituency-Wise and Party-Wise winners list; AAP vs BJP vs Congress
AAP got first lead in over 35 constituencies within the first twenty minutes of counting. BJP is leading in 13 constituencies.
The Aam Aadmi Party released its manifesto for the February 8 assembly elections here with 28-points programme.
Sisodia had said that the residents of Delhi should turn on their water pumps at the time of supply to get clean water.
Delhi Elections: Kejriwal releases ‘Guarantee Card’, ensures “electricity, tap water, free bus” and more
The much-awaited Delhi elections are scheduled on February 8 with the results to be declared on February 11.
Kumar Vishvas on Wednesday denied all such claims calling them rumors.
MCD Councillors from INC Aley Mohammed Iqbal and Sultana Abad too joined the Delhi’s ruling party.