Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has once again flared up with the BJP led Central Government. Kejriwal appealed to the Supreme Court requesting a temporary ban on the sealing drive carried out by the Delhi Municipal corporations.
Kejriwal accused that BJP, which controls the three municipalities in Delhi, has not discussed the issue with him. He went to the court seeking a temporary ban on sealing drive issue for this reason.
BJP Delhi Unit President Manoj Tiwari walked out of the CM’s residence before the meeting began stating that AAP Government was diverting the issue.
Delhi CM Kejriwal said that he had no other option than to approach the court as the BJP Government has not shown willingness to discuss the issue with him. BJP alleged that Kejriwal has turned the meeting into Public Rally and was decided to create an issue rather than solving the problem.
Several shops have been sealed under such drives on the directive of the Supreme Court so far for not paying conversion charges, illegal construction or encroachments etc. Kejriwal said that lakhs of traders have been troubled with the sealing drives.
He blamed the Lieutenant General for keeping quiet on this issue. He suggested that the issue can be resolved within 24 hours if he, LG and BJP government sit together and discuss on this issue.