‘Supporting Kejriwal means opposing Ambedkar-Nehru decision’, Congress asks AAP these questions

Delhi News: There has been a political uproar in the capital since the decision of the Supreme Court regarding the transfer posting of officers in Delhi and after that the central government brought an ordinance. Former Union Minister and senior Delhi Congress leader Ajay Maken has been active on this issue since the beginning. On Friday, he has targeted CM Arvind Kejriwal in a tweet. He said that the CM of Delhi wants to achieve special status by demanding privileges to fulfill his ambition.

CM Arvind Kajriwal is adamant on demanding those rights for Delhi, which have not been accepted by any government since the country’s independence. For the time being, it is a matter of happiness for me that your leaders have now started accepting those things, which I have already raised before them. He said that I have never claimed that Sheila Dixit ji did not ask for full statehood or extended rights.

PM should give what the CM is asking for. No Can

CM Arvind Kejriwal wants to achieve that privileged status, which former CMs Sheila Dixit, Madan Lal Khurana, Sahib Singh Verma and Sushma Swaraj also tried to achieve. The then Prime Ministers had flatly refused to give full statehood status to Delhi from all these time to time. In such a situation, your leaders should answer my question which I am asking them. Firstly, by supporting Kejriwal’s demand, won’t the present central government go against the decisions and wisdom of many respected leaders of the past. If the central ordinance is not passed, then Arvind Kejriwal will emerge as a person with a special status. In such a situation, what will happen to those former Chief Ministers, who have already demanded special rights for Delhi.

CM Kejriwal’s demand is not new

Ajay Maken also mentioned in his tweet that Baba Saheb Ambedkar on October 21, 1947, Pandit Nehru and Sardar Patel in 1951 and 1956, Lal Bahadur Shastri as Home Minister in 1964 and Prime Minister in 1965 , PV Narasimha Rao in 1991, Atal Bihari Vajpayee in 1999 and till 2014 former PM Manmohan Singh did not give Delhi the authority that the former chief ministers had asked for. Currently CM Arvind Kejriwal is also PM Narendra Modi They are demanding the same from the previous PMs who have refused to give.

Do not fulfill your ambition under the guise of Delhi

Despite Delhi not getting more power, all the former Chief Ministers did commendable work in the development of Delhi because of their intention to serve. Unfortunately, Kejriwal does not have that quality which was there in the previous CM. Arvind Kejriwal’s sole aim behind the insistence on demanding more rights to Delhi is to further his personal ambitions and strengthen himself politically.

The principle of cooperative federalism does not apply to Delhi

They need to understand that there must be some reason behind not giving full rights to Delhi. The reason is that Delhi represents the national capital. Delhi is the capital of the whole country. That’s why the principle of cooperative federalism does not apply here. The Indian Constitution refers to Delhi not simply as Delhi, but as the National Capital Territory of Delhi.

Doing this work to hide weaknesses

Ajay Maken says that if AAP’s followers understand the essence of the National Capital Region, they should respectfully withdraw their demands. CM Arvind Kejriwal should concentrate on improving the capital of the country, for which the people of Delhi have given him the mandate, instead of seeking more powers to hide his incompetence and corruption.

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