Delhi Transfer Posting News: Hours after the Supreme Court’s decision on transfer-posting, the Delhi government removed Services Secretary Ashish More. The officials informed about this. Significantly, on Thursday (May 11), giving a big relief to the AAP government of Delhi, the Supreme Court ruled that the Delhi government has legal and administrative control over services other than public order, police and land.
Let us tell you that after the decision of the Supreme Court, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal had said that now the work will speed up here because earlier his hands were tied. He had also announced that the officials who obstruct the work of the public will have to face the consequences.
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In a press conference held after the cabinet meeting at the Delhi Secretariat, CM Kejriwal said on Thursday that the officials who obstructed public works would face the consequences in the coming days. “I was thrown into the water with my hands tied but despite all odds we kept swimming, we did good things for Delhi,” he said. Kejriwal thanked the people of Delhi for supporting him in his fight. Did.
Significantly, the Constitution Bench was constituted to hear legal issues related to the legislative and executive powers of the Central and National Capital Territory Governments on the control of services in Delhi. The Union Home Ministry had issued a notification in 2015 that it has control over the services in Delhi. Arvind Kejriwal’s government challenged this notification in the Delhi High Court. The Supreme Court had reserved its verdict on January 18 after hearing the arguments of Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the Center and Advocate AM Singhvi, appearing for the Delhi government.