Raipur. Politics is heating up over the dinner on the first day of the G-20 conference in the country’s capital New Delhi. It is noteworthy that the Chief Ministers of Congress ruled states have decided not to attend this dinner, but have cited the no flying zone of Delhi as the reason. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot had claimed that permission for landing in Delhi was not given. But now the Union Home Ministry has given clarification on the statement of the CMs of both the states and has rejected the claims of Gehlot and Baghel. The Home Ministry has clearly said that this is not true. There is no restriction on the movement of CM.
In his statement, the Home Ministry spokesperson has clarified that the G-20 summit is going on in Delhi. In this regard, a high-tech security air cover has been deployed from 8-11 September. However, governors and state chief ministers are allowed to travel with their planes. There is no restriction of any kind regarding the landing of their plane.
Baghel had said- Delhi is a no flying zone, how will we go…
It is noteworthy that the Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh had given a statement to the media in Raipur on Friday that he would not be able to attend the dinner of the G20 summit. Mr Baghel had said that, due to air restrictions in and around Delhi, his plane has not been allowed to land. When asked in this regard, Baghel said, brother, now Delhi has become a no-flying zone, so how should I go?
Gehlot’s allegations of not giving permission were also denied
In its statement, the Home Ministry has said that, in the media report, the Chief Minister of Rajasthan has refused to give approval to his helicopter for flight by the Home Ministry. Four requests for flight permission, including from Sikar, were received from the Rajasthan CM and all have been approved by the MHA. None of the requests of CM Rajasthan has been rejected. While all scheduled flights of commercial aircraft and movement of Governors and State Chief Ministers on their state aircraft are allowed. Private chartered flights will be required to obtain permission from MHA.