MCD: AAP, BJP protest
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While the BJP is adamant to take the oath first of the nominated members in the Municipal Corporation, the Aam Aadmi Party has not backed down from its stance of taking the oath first of the elected members. Because both parties are sticking to their position, the way of voting for the position of mayor is not visible at the moment. Meanwhile, both sides have decided to show their strength by demonstrating in the streets on Monday. On Monday, the BJP, led by its incumbent president Virendra Sachdeva, will reach the residence of the Chief Minister and the residence of the Chief Minister gherao, protesting from Chandgiram Akhara. At the same time, the Aam Aadmi Party is also making a strategy to encircle the BJP by holding a large protest in the streets.
BJP leaders say that the presiding officer of the House of the Municipal Corporation had first started giving an oath to the nominated members, so there should have been no objection. There is no provision in the rules made for the municipal corporation that only the elected members must take the oath first. When the House reconvenes, the remaining six nominated members will take the oath, only then will any trial proceed.
At the same time, the Aam Aadmi Party is still preparing for the first swearing-in of the elected members. Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh has claimed that BJP wants to influence the election of deputy mayor by also giving voting rights to nominated members, which will not be accepted at any cost. The middle way is not visible due to the wayward attitude of both parties, which means that the election for mayor is perceived as obstructive.
Party leaders AAP do not respect women
Delhi BJP spokesperson Neha Shalini Dua told Amar Ujala that Aam Aadmi party leaders repeatedly insult women. Until now they insulted women outside the house, now they even insult women inside the town hall. All of Delhi witnessed their corporators misbehaving with BJP’s female corporators at the Municipal Corporation House on Friday.
Neha Shalini Dua claimed that the police investigation in the Kanjhawala case has revealed that all the suspects who committed the horrific incident with the victim’s wife were intoxicated. Kejriwal, who spoke about women’s safety before coming to power, started opening liquor stores in every street of Delhi after taking office, endangering women’s safety. He said that if the Delhi government had not worked to open liquor stores on every street, horrific incidents like Kanjhawala could have been avoided.
Kejriwal does not trust his leaders
The BJP leader said that a house is run according to the chairman, it cannot be run according to the wishes of the Aam Aadmi party. Kejriwal calls himself an anarchist and he proves time and time again that he has no faith in this democratic system. Again, they do the same thing by interfering with the work of a presiding officer.
He claimed that Arvind Kejriwal did not trust the leaders of his own party. This is why they feel that their party leaders can vote for another party’s mayoral candidate when the election for the position of mayor is held. This is why the Aam Aadmi party is blocking the mayoral election for fear of defeat. But the election for the position of mayor will be held on the floor of the house, so the Aam Aadmi party must work together to run the house with faith in democracy.
here is the crisis
In fact, the zonal elections are believed to be the real reason for the battle between the two political parties. Victory of Aam Aadmi Party in five and BJP in four zones is almost certain. While in the election of three zones, a clash may arise between the two. Since the nominated members have the right to vote in the zonal elections, their vote can be decisive in the zonal elections. This is why the BJP is trying to give the oath to the nominated members before the election for the post of mayor, while the Aam Aadmi party has a strategy to avoid it.