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Preparations are now being made to hold the election of the mayor after Republic Day. The company has received a number of similar instructions from the Lieutenant Governor’s office to date. Given the uproar at the last House meeting, additional police will now be deployed for the next meeting, but at present the Delhi Police have indicated that they are unable to provide additional staff for the House meeting. House, as most of the soldiers have been released in view of Republic Day. received special service. This now shows that it will take more time for Delhi to get a new mayor.
The first meeting of the House of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi was held on January 6 for the election of the mayor. In this, there was an uproar between the councilors of Aam Aadmi party and BJP over swearing in the nominated members. In this dispute between the newly elected councilors, government property was damaged and many councilors also suffered serious injuries.
The councilors of the Aam Aadmi party climbed onto the chairman’s table in protest. His microphone was uprooted and thrown away. Considering these situations arising from political reasons in the Chamber, preparations are being made to hold the Assembly of the Chamber under security forces en masse.
LG seriously to the chairman’s question
The Speaker of the last House meeting, Satya Sharma, had written to the Lieutenant Governor’s office demanding the deployment of more security forces before the next meeting. He had informed the lieutenant governor of the whole incident of violence and vandalism in the House of Representatives and made a video recording available to the governor. It is said that Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena has taken serious note of this demand from the chairman.
LG has to make the decision at the house meeting
Senior officials of the company involved in the mayoral election say that all formalities have been completed on their part. The House meeting is expected to be held between January 27 and 30. But only lieutenant governor VK Saxena has to make the final decision at the parliamentary meeting.