LG VK Saxena
Correspondence between Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena and Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday heightened tensions. In a letter to the Prime Minister, the Lieutenant Governor called the political situation chaotic after the Supreme Court ruling.
According to the lieutenant governor, since the decision of the Constitutional Bench, the government and ministers of Delhi are rushing decisions, ignoring the rules and procedures and intimidating and threatening the officials. In his letter, the Lieutenant Governor also specifically mentioned the name of Saurabh Bhardwaj, Minister of Services.
At the same time, the prime minister said in the letter of reply that the language of the lieutenant governor’s letter is war. If Saurabh has made a mistake, the Lieutenant Governor can be called and scolded, but he must allow the elected government to do the work of the people of Delhi.
In the letter, the Lieutenant Governor writes that since the decision of the Supreme Court, the Delhi government and ministers, especially Saurabh Bhardwaj of the Services Department, have engaged in unconstitutional, shameless, intimidating and disrespectful acts. Referring to the conversation he had with the Prime Minister shortly after the decision was announced, the Lieutenant Governor has written that after considering the decision, he will get officials to follow it. He had asked for two to three days to do this.
In addition, it was also said that the prime minister can speak to him by telephone. The Lieutenant Governor further wrote that with the increase in powers, the responsibilities also increase. In such a situation, ethical and constitutional procedures must be followed by the government. Despite this, in a dramatic and complicated manner, the Prime Minister and the ministers began to hurriedly raise a fuss by order of the court. Here, too, the rules have been overlooked. Constant media pressure is also created so that the recommendations of the minister (services) are implemented without thinking. For this, the officers were threatened so that they would support the arbitrariness of the ministers.
LG asked questions about recent developments
- From what has emerged over a week, it can be said that the government bears the brunt of the apathetic, organized and arbitrary political executive.
- The Constitution of India obliges the government to follow the rules and procedures to follow the provisions. The officers must perform the task to the best of their ability according to the stipulations.
- Detailed in the misconduct meted out to service officers over two decades cited as lack of professional experience. The officers were forced to sign the dictation of the Minister of Services, Saurabh Bhardwaj. Two members of the Civil Services Board have been accused of using undue influence to sack the chief secretary of the Delhi government. It will become clear on May 16. Sometimes there is also pressure to approve of the unfair and inappropriate.
Ashish More accused the minister of bullying
Ashish More has questioned the conduct of Departmental Minister Saurabh Bhardwaj. More accuses the minister of intimidation and disregarding rules and, together with the first secretary, has sent a letter of complaint to the lieutenant governor and the Union Ministry of the Interior. In the letter, More also said that a female IAS official from her department is also angry with the minister’s behavior and will file a complaint with the higher authorities. The letter claims that both officers are Scheduled Castes. Despite pressure to sign the minister’s dictation, More refused. The secretary has also demanded security.
More can say all: Bhardwaj
Saurabh Bhardwaj said about the allegation of harassment against Services Secretary Ashish More that he can say anything. What can I do about it? It is certain that the minister gave the order on 11 May and that More said he would follow the order at 3 p.m., but disappeared. A letter was sent to him but his wife said he was not in the house even though he was inside.
Chief Secretary threatened to kill: Bhardwaj
New Delhi. After meeting with the Lieutenant Governor, Saurabh Bhardwaj said that the Lieutenant Governor has lodged a complaint with Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar. It is alleged that he waited for the Chief Secretary for the Civil Services Board meeting until 9:30 pm on May 16. A mobile message was also sent to the Chief Secretary. When the Chief Secretary returned at night around 9:30 pm, he came to the hut and threatened to kill him. The Lieutenant Governor has indicated that he will take action on this. Desk
Delhiites have hope, let lieutenant governor work: CM
Kejriwal wrote a letter to Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena saying that the people of Delhi have given us the majority to work. Let us work Received your letter today, am shocked to read it. Given the language used in this, it looks like you want to fight. The people of Delhi waited years for justice. After a long battle of many years, the people of Delhi have received justice from the esteemed Supreme Court. The people of Delhi have expected a lot from us. We must make Delhi the number one city in the world. If Saurabh has said something wrong, I cannot accept it. Saurabh is such a calm and gentle person but even if he says something to someone he is your younger brother call him and scold him.