Delhi Ordinance: Opposition wants to give central government a sense of unity over the ordinance, mobilization is increasing

Delhi Ordinance: Opposition wants to make the government feel unity on the ordinance

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar met Arvind Kejriwal
– Photo: Amar Ujala


The monsoon session of the parliament could see a fierce battle between the government and the opposition in the transfer case in the capital Delhi, through an ordinance to make the lieutenant governor the real boss. In fact, during the meeting between Bihar CM Nitish Kumar and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday, a strategy was laid out to unite the non-NDA opposition and not allow the ordinance to be passed in the Rajya Sabha.

The BJP-led NDA does not have a majority in the Rajya Sabha. In such a situation, the role of YSRCP and BJD, following the policy of equal distance from both BJP and Congress in the Upper House, will become important. Significantly, the NDA has 109 members in the 245-member Senate, including independents and nominees. This number is 14 less than the strength of the majority.

The main discussion was about the ordinance itself… In the meeting between Nitish and Kejriwal on Sunday, the ordinance was mainly discussed. Kejriwal said he would meet with presidents from all non-BJP parties to prevent the ordinance from being passed in the Rajya Sabha.

Kejriwal has also urged Nitish to talk to the opposition parties about this. Kejriwal will meet West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee on the issue, while Nitish has assured to discuss the issue at the opposition party meeting to be held in Patna this month.

Nine members each of BJD-YSRCP in the upper house

If there is a floor test on the regulation in the Senate, the BJD-YSRCP will have the role of decision maker. Both parties each have nine members in the Senate. If the opposition gets the support of these two parties, it will not be possible to get the regulation approved. On the contrary, if both parties staged a strike during the vote, the BJP would benefit directly. Significantly, on many important occasions such as triple talaq, abolition of Article 370 of Jammu and Kashmir, CAA, these two parties did not participate in the vote.

this is the dispute

On May 11, the Supreme Court’s Constitutional Court made a decision in favor of the Delhi government in the case of Delhi government v. Lieutenant Governor. Eight days after that, the central government issued an ordinance and established the National Capital Civil Services Authority to decide on transfer in the capital. The ordinance states that transfer cases will be resolved through this authority and the final decision will be made by the Lieutenant Governor. Not only this, immediately afterwards the government also submitted a review request to the Supreme Court.

Center for Troubling Non-BJP Governments: Tejashwi Yadav

RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav expressed his party’s support for Kejriwal and said that the central government is constantly harassing the non-BJP governments of various states. We have come here to show our support for Kejriwal. The BJP government is doing them an injustice.

Nitish-Tejashwi will meet Kharge today

Bihar CM Nitish Kumar and Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav will meet Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge on Monday as part of opposition unity efforts.

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