Parasaran, whose opinion was sought by LG Najeeb Jung on the constitutionality of the Delhi government's proposal to enact the bill without seeking Centre's clearance, is understood to have conveyed to him that it will be illegal if enacted without the consent.
Bill will be illegal if enacted without the consent: SG
The SG is also believed to have told the LG that Lokpal and Lokayukta Act, passed last year by Parliament, is in force and a Lokpal Bill in Delhi will be repugnant to the central law. Therefore, it will require the assent of the President.
Meanwhile, the Congress, without whose support the AAP government cannot survive, on Thursday decided that it oppose the bill at the introduction stage itself.
Holding the government's plan as unconstitutional, the Delhi Congress leaders decided to meet the LG and urge him to prevail upon the government not to go ahead with its plans.
"We will fight the issue tooth and nail. We will not allow the AAP government to do any unconstitutional things," DPCC spokesman Mukesh Sharma said.
Unfazed by criticism, the AAP government has declared that it will go ahead with enacting the law. It plans to introduce the bill in the Delhi assembly on February 13 and discuss it for two days before shifting the proceedings to a sports stadium for passage of the bill.