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The meeting with country's top bureaucrat came days after Prakash was allegedly assaulted by some AAP MLAs in front of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia at CM's residence.
Kejriwal attacked the Central government for stalling the development works in the city and said he could prove wrongdoing by it if its files were made available to him.
Kejriwal said every single penny of the government funds is spent on development -- electricity, water, mohalla clinics, hospitals, roads, school and colleges.
The court termed as "unacceptable" the lack of access to parks by the disabled and aged persons due to the narrow entry points and directed the authorities to take steps to rectify the deficiency.
Sisodia said that the federal government is confused if it should treat Delhi as a union territory or as a state.
The report will have videos of all community toilets with details of cleanliness, availability of water and electricity among others, according to an official statement.
He said a scientific analysis of pollution sources in NCR was required round the year.
As per a notification, the Anand Marriage Act will be registered with the Registrar under whose jurisdiction the marriage is solemnised or either the party resides.
The decision was taken in an Expenditure Finance Committee meeting chaired by Finance Minister Manish Sisodia here on Wednesday.
The sealing drive currently happening in areas other than these 351 roads is against businesses using residential areas for commercial purposes without paying conversion charges.
The court observed that the bus stops were not properly located, and at some places they were close to traffic signal lights.
The Delhi government has directed all alcohol vends in the city to ensure sale of liquor through scanning from next month.
Patients unable to undergo surgery in a city government hospital for 30 days will continue to get it done for free in private hospitals here.
If Doorstep Delivery is implemented, no citizen of Delhi will have to stand in queues for services listed under the scheme.
The objective of the CCTV project is to ensure safety and security of the passengers, particularly of women commuters, through a video surveillance system and panic buttons in the buses.