BJP leader Manoj Tiwari alleges CM Arvind Kejriwal insulted party members in meeting on Delhi sealing drive
The BJP reportedly objected to the presence of the media, but Kejriwal argued that ‘all discussions should happen in the open’.
BJP walks out of meet on Delhi sealing drive; CM Arvind Kejriwal says government will move SC seeking temporary ban
A BJP delegation led by Delhi unit president Manoj Tiwari walked out of the chief minister's residence ahead of the meeting, alleging that the AAP government wanted to "divert" the issue.
As many as 43 units were sealed in Kamala Market and 38 in various other places including Hudson Lane and Outram Lane.
AAP leader Ashutosh, spokesperson Dilip Pandey and more than 10 volunteers were injured when they tried to march towards Parliament, the party claimed.
The L-G in his letter to Bharadwaj said sealing is a complex matter and the MLAs can communicate their suggestions through Delhi urban development minister whose department is responsible.
The tweet came after Karni Sena, at the forefront of anti-"Padmaavat" protests, threatened that its activists won't let the Sanjay Leela Bansali directorial be screened in movie halls .
Office of profit: Manish Sisodia writes open letter to Delhiites over AAP MLAs disqualification, BJP criticises move
Sisodia, in an open letter to the people of the city, on Monday sought support against the disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs on charges of holding "office of profit".
Disqualified AAP MLAs withdraw plea challenging Election Commission's recommendation, to file fresh application
AAP's advocate told the court that their application challenging the poll panel's recommendation has become infructuous as a notification in this regard has already been issued on January 20.
In the case of AAP's 20 legislators, the EC has acted in haste, that is the opinion of even former ECI officials, and that too, without giving them an opportunity to present their case, Sena said.
The party, however, realises that by-elections to the 20 seats are a distant possibility and it is gearing up to fight it.
Kejriwal's remarks came after President Ram Nath Kovind approved Election Commission's recommendation to disqualify 20 AAP MLAs on the charges of holding 'office of profit'.
Minutes after 20 Aam Aadmi Party MLAs were disqualified from the Delhi Assembly, the party said they would approach the higher courts for justice.
Rebel BJP leaders Yashwant Sinha and Shatrughan Sinha today backed the AAP over the disqualification of its 20 MLAs.
Tiwari demanded for repaying of the benefits enjoyed by the disqualified MLAs as parliamentary secretaries.
Madanlal, one of the 20 disqualified MLAs, said that all hopes hinge upon the judiciary and the party is expecting some relief tomorrow.