Delhi News: Even after the recent order of the LG, instead of Chief Minister Kejriwal, 47 files with the signatures of the CMO employees were sent to the Lieutenant Governor’s office. Which has been sent back by the LG office.
In Delhi, the tussle between the LG and the Chief Minister is likely to increase further. The LG office has returned 47 files with the signatures of the CMO employees instead of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Sources in the LG office said that the files returned by the LG Secretariat include those related to the Education Department and the Waqf Board.
This development was taken by Lieutenant Governor V.K. This comes almost a week after Saxena wrote to Kejriwal, stating that the CMO was sending a file without Chief Minister Kejriwal’s signature to the LG Secretariat for opinion and approval.
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LG office returned 47 files
Sources in the LG office said that the various files returned by the Lt Governor’s Secretariat included files related to the education department and other departments, including the Waqf Board. Sources claimed that despite the issue being raised by the Lt Governor, the CMO continued to send the file without the Chief Minister’s signature.
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Let us inform that recently, Lieutenant Governor Vinay Kumar Saxena had written a letter to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal saying that no proposal should be sent to him without the signature of the Chief Minister. The letter said, “Your office has sent some proposals for my approval. It read, ‘The Chief Minister has gone through these proposals and approved them.’ It can be ensured that the proposals should be signed by you.”
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