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Arvind Kejriwal invites suggestions from opposition, media on AAP govt's shortcomings

In a humble move, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday requested all opposition parties to leave politics aside and join the government in its efforts to control dengue.


Arvind Kejriwal invites suggestions from opposition, media on AAP govt's shortcomings

New Delhi: In a humble move, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday requested all opposition parties to leave politics aside and join the government in its efforts to control dengue.

Kejriwal took to Twitter and wrote, “I thank media for keeping us on our toes. Please continue to tell us about our shortcomings so that we can improve.”

“I'm writing to all opposition parties to give us suggestions and also actively participate in our efforts on dengue leaving politics aside,” he added.

On Lt Governor Najeeb Jung's warning to officers, he requested the central government if such issues can be discussed later on, so that more focus can be put on the fight against dengue.

Lt Governor Najeeb Jung today directed all officers, including IAS and DANICS, not to follow the Delhi Government orders which were declared by the Centre as "null and void".

In the memorandum issued by the LG's Secretary, it was stated that officers would face strict action for non-compliance with the order.

"Government of India has taken note of current constitutional position in Delhi and major instances of violation of the constitution, laws and rules, such as change in the pay structure of DANICS officers, the constitution of so-called Commission of Inquiry etc.

"Government of India has declared these decisions of Government of NCT AAP as illegal and ab initio void," the memorandum stated.

It stated that the orders (of the AAP Government) declared by the Government of India as illegal should not be complied with.

"Should any officer choose to do so, both disciplinary action for compliance of illegal orders, and recovery of financial loss caused to the Government as a result of such action, would follow," it also stated.

(With PTI inputs)

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