‘Low degree of discourse…’ | Delhi L-G hits again over CM Kejriwal’s derogatory remarks in meeting

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Arvind Kejriwal vs Delhi L-G: The continued tussle between two constitutional functionaries of Delhi appears to be removed from over as Liutenant-Governor (L-G) VK Saxena on Friday accused Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of resorting to a “low degree of discourse”. In his letter to Kejriwal, the L-G additionally blamed the previous of constructing “deceptive and derogatory remarks” 

He additionally accused Kejriwal of adopting “political posturing” throughout his march to Raj Niwas on January 16 alongside together with his deputy Manish Sisodia and AAP MLAs. 

What L-G mentioned in his letter?

Referring to Kejriwal’s latest assault on him within the Meeting two days in the past, Saxena mentioned, “As to ‘who’s LG’ and ‘the place did he come from’, might be answered, in the event you had been to even cursorily consult with the Structure of India, others don’t deserve a reply, since they clearly cater to a really low degree of discourse.”

The L-G additionally mentioned that he was not performing as a “headmaster”, as Kejriwal remarked “sarcastically”, however was working as a “benign but conscientious voice” of the individuals derived from the Structure of India.

L-G on assembly with Kejriwal

In his letter, Saxena claimed he invited Kejriwal for a gathering however the Chief Minister selected to not come on the pretext of wanting to satisfy him with all his MLAs. 

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“Sadly, you went forward to make a handy political posture that ‘the LG refused to satisfy me’. I need to point out right here that I used to be quite astounded at the truth that whilst the town is grappling with a number of severe developmental points, you discovered time to stroll for lengthy and stage a protest meant solely for posturing, quite than taking the difficulty to a logical conclusion by assembly me,” the letter reads. 

Kejriwal’s reply to the L-G

In the meantime, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal additionally replied to the L-G, sharing his letter on Twitter.  He requested LG Saxena to permit the elected authorities to work in Delhi.

“Sir, allow us to do our work, you repair the regulation and order of Delhi in order that one other case like Kanjhawala doesn’t occur once more…,” Delhi CM tweeted in Hindi. 

Earlier on January 16, Aam Aadmi Get together MLAs, led by Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia, marched to the L-G’s workplace immediately to protest in opposition to alleged interference within the functioning of the town authorities. 

(With inputs from PTI)

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