New Delhi: Former Delhi MLA Vijay Jolly today advised Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to “Govern Delhi and Avoid Feuds” in the larger interests of Delhi.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal probably needs refreshing lesson on Constitution of India : Article 239 AA and on the administrative powers of the representative of state authority in Delhi stated Mr Jolly.
Under the rules, Lt. Governor Delhi is the competent authority empowered to designate and appoint Govt. Officers in Delhi
and not the Chief Minister.
The elected Delhi Chief Minister should lay stress on governing Delhi and avoid un-necessary arguments and feuds said Jolly.
Interests of Delhi suffer when unsavory -arguments-allegations and counter allegations appear in public domain.
It is a fact that Delhi CM was recently taken to task by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India on the issue of gagging the media against adverse reporting on Delhi Govt., its Delhi Law Minister embroiled in a fake law degree scandal along with factional infighting in the Aam Aadmi Party have all but decimated the confidence of Delhi Citizens in Good Governance in Delhi stated Mr Jolly.
And now again raking unsavory and avoidable insinuations against senior bureaucrats of Delhi Govt. by Chief Minister Kejriwal, shall demoralize govt servants and reverse the “Delhi Development Agenda” claimed Mr Jolly.
Avoid gimmickry and shun petti partisan political approach in interest of Delhi. Delhi needs serious governance to tackle problems relating to Bijali-Sadak & Pani in the capital. Try to work within the frame work of Constitutional provisions. The high office of Delhi Chief Minister should work in close understanding & unison with the office of Lt. Governor in the larger “Interests of Delhi ” said Ex. Delhi MLA Vijay Jolly in a press statement.
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