BJP MLAs to submit memorandum against Kejriwal, to meet President

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Arvind Kejriwal
New Delhi, Feb 10: The Kejriwal Government is now cornered by the opposition as well as its own members. After an independent candidate withdraws its support from the government and the Jan Lokpal Bill fiasco, the party has drawn the flak of the opposition calling its tactics to pass the Bill as unprecedented and cheap. They also blame Arvind Kejriwal of blackmail.

In fact, BJP MLAs are all set to move a memorandum against Kejriwal and may meet the President regarding this. Kejriwal had earlier threatened to resign from his post if his demand for passing the Jan Lokpal Bill is not met. In fact, he has decided to table the Bill today in the Assembly,without following the procedures to pass a Bill.

The AAP was deeply disappointed with the Lt General Najeeb Jung, who they had consulted for the constitutionality of the procedure to pass the Bill, but got answered in the negative after further consultation.

The Delhi government had requested the Home Minister in a letter to withdraw the central notification that makes the Lieutenant Governor's sanction mandatory to introduce Bills in the Delhi Assembly. However, recent reports state that the ministry is still examining the letter.

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