You rest in AC chambers, want everything on the platter, SC raps Delhi government :




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Sub : - You rest in AC chambers, want everything on the platter, SC raps Delhi government :

Ref : - The Supreme Court on Monday rapped the Delhi government for approaching it over every issues. The Delhi government sought the apex court's intervention over the resumption of water suply to the national capital, disrupted due to the ongoing Jat quota stir.

1. The Bench headed by Chief Justice TS Thakur and comprising Justice UU Lalit rapped the Delhi government for approaching the apex court instead of resolving the issue at government-to-government level.

2. "You people instead of solving the problem at government-to-government level are moving to Supreme Court. You want order from the Supreme Court. You want everything on the platter.

3. "You ministers are sitting in the court instead of going to the field. You rest in AC chambers and you want order from the court," the Bench said while referring to the presence of Delhi Water Minister Kapil Mishra inside the court.

4. However, after repeated persistence from senior advocate Rajeev Dhawan, appearing for Delhi government, the Bench asked the Haryana government to make the necessary arrangement for resumption of water supply in the capital.

5. The court has sought a status report from Haryana government on the plea of Delhi government. The court has issued notice to the Centre and Uttar Pradesh government on the plea of Delhi government which has also sought a direction for ensuring security on the barrages on Munak Canal in Haryana.

6. The counsel appearing for Haryana submitted that things are being taken into control and they were trying to ensure that water supply is resumed by Monday itself.

7. The AAP government had on Sunday moved the apex court for urgent hearing on its plea seeking Centre's intervention for uninterrupted supply of water from Munak Canal in Haryana, which is allegedly under siege of the Jat agitators demanding reservation.

8. The petition also sought that the Centre deployed the Army to ensure supply of water from Munak Canal.

9. "Water should be supplied immediately to Delhi as it is the lifeline of the people," Delhi government standing counsel Rahul Mehra had on Sunday said, adding all water plants in Delhi are shut as the protesters have "taken over" the canal.

10. Mehra had said the Lutyens zone and several other areas are not getting water. "The Army should ensure that Delhi gets water immediately," he had said.

11. Delhi has been facing water crisis following cut in its supply from Haryana due to the Jat stir.


1. Kejriwal had also promised free WIFI, which he is yet to deliver. Delhi needs Rs 3000 crore for free WiFi, but the government has only released Rs 65 crore.

2. Soon after, internal rift within the party was exposed. AAP expelled two of its most prominent leaders Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan for indiscipline and anti-party activities.

3. Yadav and Bhushan maintain they were being hounded and victimised for taking on party chief Arvind Kejriwal and objecting to what they call his dictatorial ways. AAP accused them of trying to unseat Kejriwal and undermine its campaign in the Delhi election, which ended with a record result for India's youngest party.

More than three months after it was passed by the Aam Aadmi Party-dominated Legislative Assembly with a thumping majority, the fate of the Delhi Jan Lokpal Bill continues to hang in the balance.

A farmer from Rajasthan hanged himself from a tree in front of thousands of protesters at an Aam Aadmi Party rally against a controversial land bill in Delhi, possibly hobbling the government’s efforts to pass the draft law dubbed anti-poor by the Opposition.

6. The dhoti and turban-clad man, identified as Gajendra Singh Kalyanwat, climbed atop the tree with a broom in his hand and hanged himself with a gamcha (towel), as AAP leader Kumar Vishwas spoke on a stage metres away. The death soon gave way to a political blame game as several leaders criticised the AAP for not acting quickly enough to stop the death.

An extremely upset Kejriwal and several other senior AAP leaders had to expel Jitender Singh Tomar, the former Delhi law minister who was arrested for allegedly forging his degrees. Tomar, 49, was the AAP legislator from Delhi's Trinagar constituency. He was earlier in the Congress.

8. During AAP's first stint, Jung had advised the Delhi Assembly Speaker against allowing tabling of the Jan Lokpal Bill saying the bill does not have the required clearance for introduction. However, AAP had gone ahead and tabled it. Kejriwal issued directions to ministers and senior officials of Delhi government not to send files pertaining to police, public order and land to Jung's office. Reacting strongly to the directive, Jung sought to stamp his authority by directing top officials to route all important files through him as per Constitutional framework and laid down procedures.

Kejriwal never loses an opportunity to snipe at Delhi Police, and has even cited surveys to term the city police the most corrupt and inefficient. Kejriwal and Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi have been at loggerheads with the chief minister claiming that the city was not safe in the commissioner's hands and the latter saying that he was 'competent enough' to ensure the safety of the citizens.

10. Bassi lashed out at the Delhi CM saying Kejriwal had not been able to stop corruption in his six men cabinet and should not be telling others on how to do their job.

11. INKED!
Kejriwal had ink thrown at him while he was addressing a gathering on the success of odd-even road rationing scheme at Delhi's Chhatrasal stadium. As the CM started his speech to the 5,000-strong audience, Bhavna Arora, 26 year-old walked towards the dais and threw ink, and some papers and a CD at Kejriwal. She was immediately detained by the police.

12. The woman claimed that she had proof of AAP and Kejriwal’s involvement in the CNG scam and she had tried to meet them in person, but was not allowed to. Arora belongs to the "Aam Aadmi Sena" a splinter group of Aam Aadmi Party formed by party rebels.

Over one lakh municipal workers in the capital - including sanitation employees, doctors, teachers, engineers and administration staff - went on an indefinite strike since January 27, seeking immediate release of funds for their salaries and arrears. The agitation over alleged delay in payment of salaries had pitted the ruling AAP against the BJP, which controls the city’s civic agencies and left garbage piling up by the capital’s streets besides crippling healthcare and education.

14. Undue critisism of PM.

15. Joining hands with undisired failed leaders like Lalu, Mamata, Rahul, etc.,

16. Proved inefficient by his one year tenure!

My Viewpoints -

1. Kejriwal should  first mind his duties instead gracing in Prime ministers field!

2. Stop poking in areas which are not his concern!

3. Must aware he is just a novice to politics and governenace!

4. Must aware how to respect higher authorities like Governor, PM!

5. Must try to learn, instead  pretending he is jack of all ?

6. Must know to discriminate between  good  and  bad / Modiji and Rahul, Lalu, Yechuries, followed  by  long  chain  evils  in  a  band-wagon of evils, demons.


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