Conspiracy being hatched to impose President’s Rule in Delhi: Atishi


PTI, Apr 12, 2024, 12:00 PM IST

New Delhi: Delhi Cabinet minister Atishi Friday alleged that a big political conspiracy is being hatched by the BJP-led central government to impose President’s Rule in the national capital.

At a press conference, Atishi claimed that in the last few months, many events have happened that indicate this possibility.

“Arvind Kejriwal’s arrest is a political conspiracy to topple his government. We have learnt from reliable sources that in the coming days, the President’s Rule will be imposed in Delhi. But imposing President’s Rule in Delhi will be illegal and against the mandate of people,” she said.

The minister said that in the last few months, no senior IAS officer has been posted in Delhi.

“Posts are lying vacant in departments but no postings have taken place. Bureaucrats have stopped attending meetings called by ministers, citing the Model Code of Conduct. The lieutenant governor has been writing letters to the MHA over the functioning of the Delhi government,” she charged.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Kolkata Knight Riders emerge victorious in IPL 2024, clinch third title

IPL 2024: KKR bowl out SRH for 113, lowest ever in IPL final

Udupi: Train accident averted on Konkan Railway route as vigilant staffer notices defect on track

70 people in hospital for food poisoning after eating at Kerala restaurant; eatery sealed

Former MLA K. Raghupati Bhat expresses discontent after expulsion from BJP

Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Modi lost self-confidence, faltering in speeches after realising BJP will lose, says Akhilesh Yadav

Udupi intra-gang war: Three more arrested

Related Articles More

Expired licence, no NOC from fire dept – shocking irregularities at hospital where 7 newborns died in blaze

FIR against 6 partners of Rajkot game zone, 2 held; ‘facility didn’t have fire NOC’

Delhi hospital fire: Families yet to identify babies, parents who had lost kids before relive ordeal

In rare move, govt extends tenure of Army Chief Gen Pande by one month

Kolkata airport wears deserted look as cyclone ‘Remal’ forces flight suspensions

MUST WATCH

Shivamogga

Les Saveurs institute and cafe

Peacock rescued from well

Popular Guruprasad Restaurant

Haralukote Shri Anjaneya Swamy |Udayavani


Latest Additions

Kolkata Knight Riders emerge victorious in IPL 2024, clinch third title

IPL 2024: KKR bowl out SRH for 113, lowest ever in IPL final

Expired licence, no NOC from fire dept – shocking irregularities at hospital where 7 newborns died in blaze

FIR against 6 partners of Rajkot game zone, 2 held; ‘facility didn’t have fire NOC’

Delhi hospital fire: Families yet to identify babies, parents who had lost kids before relive ordeal

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.