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BJP to bring no-confidence motion against Delhi Govt on sealing

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New Delhi, Oct 27 (UNI) The BJP Legislature party in the Delhi State Assembly will bring a no-confidence motion against the Delhi Government in the coming session of the House, to be held from October 30.

A decision in this regard was made at a meeting of the BJP Legislature party held under the chairmanship of Leader of the Opposition in the state assembly Jagdish Mukhi.

It was decided at the meeting that the state Government had failed completely to bring a halt to the sealing and demolition drive in Delhi.

''The people of Delhi as well as the House have lost faith in the state Government. Hence this Government has no moral right to remain in the seat of power. Therefore the BJP Legislature Party has decided to bring a no-confidence motion against the government in the coming session,''a statement issued by them said.

Commenting on the resolution being brought in the assembly by the Chief Minister to put a halt to the sealing operation till the Master Plan 2021 was implemented, Prof Mukhi said, 'the resolution is a sham. Six months ago too, a similar resolution had been passed unanimously by the Delhi Legislative Assembly but till date no action had been taken to implement the same.'' Putting the sole blame of the sealing drive on the Chief Minister, he said,''the BJP would make every possible effort to pressurise the Delhi government to stop the proposed sealing drive from November 1.'' Prof Mukhi said he had written a letter to the Urban Development Minister Jaipal Reddy and Delhi Lt Governor B L Joshi urging him to urgently notifying the Master Plan 2021 and stop the sealing drive proposed to be held from November 1.

Meanwhile, the traders in Delhi today carried out several protest rallies in different part of the Capital against the proposed sealing drive of the MCD.

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