AAP wasted As­sem­bly’s time dis­cussing ir­rel­e­vant is­sues, al­leges Op­po­si­tion

Hindustan Times (Delhi) - - CORPORATE BUZZ -

NEWDELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) hit out at Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) govern­ment on Thurs­day and said that them of wast­ing the time of the As­sem­bly by in­dulging in con­fronta­tions with the Cen­tre and the L-G.

BJP lead­ers said that the govern­ment was mis­guid­ing the peo­ple of Delhi by not rais­ing is­sues that mat­tered.

“The ses­sion of the As­sem­bly, which con­cluded on Wed­nes­day, es­tab­lishes that the AAP govern­ment does not be­lieve in demo­cratic in­sti­tu­tions and con­sti­tu­tional pro­vi­sions,” leader of Op­po­si­tion Vi­jen­der Gupta told me­di­a­per­sons. Gupta, a BJP MLA, was re­fer­ring to the four­day spe­cial ses­sion called by the AAP govern­ment to dis­cuss is­sues, in­clud­ing reg­u­lar­i­sa­tion of guest teach­ers, Metro fare hike and De­part­men­tal Re­lated Stand­ing Com­mit­tees (DRSC).

The As­sem­bly on Wed­nes­day passed a res­o­lu­tion to look into the le­gal­ity of a mes­sage by L-G Anil Bai­jal over the DRSCS.

“The pow­ers and rights of the L-G were pre­sented in a dis­torted man­ner by the deputy CM. This is dis­obe­di­ence of the L-G’S or­der and we con­demn it,” Gupta said.

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