On the 8th consecutive day of Arvind Kejriwal’s Dharna at Anil Baijal’s office, Delhi High court slammed CM Kejriwal on this moment. The high court said,”No one Can’t Hold Strike In Someone’s House”. The Delhi High Court raised the question on the petition filed against the Delhi government’s dharna that it is not understood whether it is a Dharna or a strike. The Delhi High Court has asked to sit in the LG House, has Arvind Kejriwal been taken a permission from Anil Baijal. After this, BJP leader Vijender Gupta also filed a petition in Delhi High Court and requested to HC to give an order to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to end the strike.
At the same time, the case of the so-called strike of IAS officers of Delhi has also been reached to the Delhi High Court, during the hearing, Delhi Government’s counsel admitted that the IAS officers had said on Sunday that they were not joining the Delhi ministers’ meeting. The petition has been filed in the HC, instructing the Lt. Governor (LG) to end the informal strike of the IAS officers. They should be urged to participate in the meeting with the ministers of Delhi so that government works are not affected.
Discussion in Delhi High Court
- Delhi Govt Lawyer: IAS officers yesterday accepted they are not attending meetings called by ministers
- Delhi High Court: Thing is that you’re sitting on a dharna. Who authorized them to sit on a dharna like this?
- Lawyer: It’s an individual decision.
- Delhi HC: Is it authorized?
The Aam Aadmi Party and the Delhi Government are constantly alleging that after the alleged assault on Chief Secretary of Delhi- Anshu Prakash at Chief Minister official residence, the IAS officers are on strike for the last four months. One of the main demand of Arvind Kejriwal is that the strike of the IAS officers should be ended. According to Manish Sisodia, the Lt Governor did not take any action till now to end the strike of Govt officials. The Deputy Chief Minister has alleged that in such a way if the Lieutenant Governor will support the strike in this manner, how will the elected government be able to work?