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Ruckus in the Assembly by the ruling party demanding the suspension of the Chief Secretary

National anthem insulted in Delhi Assembly, Speaker orders action

National anthem insulted in Delhi Assembly, Speaker orders action


New Delhi. The Delhi Assembly was adjourned for the day on Wednesday amid strong protests by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) legislators demanding suspension of the Chief Secretary, Finance Secretary and Health Secretary for allegedly obstructing government work. has been done. While adjourning the proceedings, Speaker Ram Niwas Goel extended the assembly session by a day. The three-day session was to conclude on Wednesday. During the debate in the House, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj said that the petitions committee had summoned Delhi Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar over the stalled projects. Saurabh Bhardwaj said that the Chief Secretary was called at 6.30 pm on Tuesday and was there till 9.30 pm.

During the meeting, he said that the system is not well and needs to be improved. We asked him about dozens of stuck projects, but the chief secretary said he had no idea about the ground situation. The ruling party MLA claimed that he was told by several officials that he was manhandled by the Chief Secretary at the behest of the Lieutenant Governor (LG). He said that we have taken confidential statements of several officers. Several officials said they were threatened by the chief secretary at the behest of the lieutenant governor for obstructing the functioning of the government.

Bharadwaj alleged that the chief secretary as well as the finance and health secretaries were involved in a conspiracy to obstruct the functioning of the government. He said the petition committee had requested the President and the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to take action against the LG and the chief secretary. You stormed into the house demanding suspension of the MLA, the chief secretary and the finance and health secretaries, prompting the Speaker to adjourn the house till 4.15 pm. Even when the proceedings of the House resumed at 4.15 pm, the Speaker adjourned the proceedings of the House for the day, seeing that the protesting leaders did not relent.

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