Delhi Bjp State Executive Meeting: Kejriwal remains as a ‘stamp’, BJP will make strategy to surround CM

Delhi BJP State Executive Meeting



BJP State Executive Assembly in Delhi
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Delhi BJP State Executive Meeting: The battle between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena over rights continues. The way Arvind Kejriwal attacked the Lieutenant Governor in the assembly has increased the controversy in this matter. BJP is moving forward on the path of finding a permanent solution to this problem. The BJP state executive meeting in Delhi will be held on January 27 and 28. At this meeting, this problem will be thoroughly discussed and efforts will be made to find the solution. If the BJP has its way, Delhi Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal will be reduced to a stamp in the capital.

According to BJP rules, the executive assembly of all states should actually be held within 15 days of the meeting of the party’s national board. The meeting of the National Executive was held in Delhi on January 16-17. After this, the executive power of the states will be organized. This sets out a strategy to move forward on the issues decided by the National Executive at the state level. The meeting also examines the extent to which the matters decided by the previous board can be implemented.

Based on this rule, a two-day state government will be organized in Delhi state on January 27 and 28. A meeting of senior officials will be held at the party’s state office in Pant Marg on January 27. On the second day of the meeting (January 28), there will be a meeting of top leaders at the Ambedkar International Centre. Apart from the state office bearers, Delhi chief Baijayant Panda, co-chief Alka Gurjar and national ministers from Delhi will also participate.

these will be problems

According to a top BJP leader in Delhi, the party is likely to pass political, environmental and economic resolutions at this meeting. But the party’s central leadership also believes that there is a hindrance in Delhi’s development due to Arvind Kejriwal. Therefore, such a way can be found so that they cannot influence the development work of Delhi. The leader said that so far Arvind Kejriwal has not allowed Ayushman Yojana and Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana to be implemented in Delhi, while thousands of houses have been built and handed over to the poor across the country through this plan.

Delhi politics experts believe that the central leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party has now decided to find its fair share. It is quite possible that while preserving the constitutional position of the chief minister of Delhi, his powers will be limited to such an extent that he cannot influence the development work of Delhi even during normal work.

Two days ago, the president made an effort in this direction by increasing the powers of the lieutenant governors of Union territories (through the adoption of the 2020 Labor Relations Code and the 2020 Occupational Safety, Health and Work Locations Code). By finding a way forward now, rubber stamps can be made from it. Due to this, Kejriwal will not be able to stop the execution of the central government’s work in the Delhi region.

37 percent of the minorities received housing

Delhi BJP President Virendra Sachdeva told Amar Ujala that the central government has handed over lakhs worth of houses to the poor under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana. Of these, 37 percent houses were given to Muslims from minority groups. Had the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana been allowed to be implemented in Delhi as well, it would have benefited the poor of Delhi, but hindrance from the Delhi government prevented the central government from providing adequate benefits to the poor of Delhi. He said that BJP has transferred 3026 houses to poor residents of Delhi through DDA. But the government wants to go ahead and provide housing for a large number of people. This will be attempted.

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