"Kejriwal doesn't believe in CVC, his only motive is DCC, direct cash collection," he alleged.
A bench headed by Justice Rajiv Shakdher observed defamation cases involving political leaders are ‘only posturing’ and said,
The petition was filed in the backdrop of CM Arvind Kejriwal being denied permission for his visit to Singapore for the 8th World Cities’ Summit from July 31 to August 7.
Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot said the induction of the new buses was a “befitting reply” to those who were spreading rumours that DTC will shut down.
The government will provide Rs 5 crore to the Delhi Disaster Management Authority which was tasked with doing an in-depth study to improve the disaster management preparedness of the city.
It aims to achieve universal financial inclusion, through opening of basic savings accounts, facilitating access to financial literacy, credit, affordable insurance, and remittance facilities.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was recently denied permission for a visit to Singapore.
In the past three months of its existence, the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) under its bus lane enforcement drive has issued challans to a whopping 44,594 vehicles.
As per the previous arrangements, DTC and cluster intra-city buses dropped passengers at Mori Gate Bus Stop about 400-500 meters from Kashmere Gate ISBT.
Minister Kailash Gahlot makes surprise visit to WCD office, looks into delay in pension disbursement
Gahlot interacted with the staff to understand the administrative grievances faced such as issues with internet connectivity of data management.
The complex that houses beggars and foreigners has been under authorities’ lens over the conditions where the inmates live, in violation of basic human rights and racial discrimination.
The Delhi transport authorities have issued 28,086 challans to the defaulters of the bus lane enforcement rules in the past two months.
During the ongoing enforcement drive, the entire city DTC and cluster buses will continue to ply in the designated bus lanes only and halt at the designated bus stops.
The president of Sarvodaya Drivers' Welfare Association, Ravi Rathore, said the strike has been postponed for a fortnight.
Committee to be set up to consider auto, taxi fare revision in Delhi: Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot
In a tweet, Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot said the Kejriwal government understands the concerns of the auto and taxi unions in the city.
Passenger and cargo e-cycle having a speed of less than 25 km/hour will be covered under the plan.
The government has started training women for obtaining Heavy Motor Vehicle (HMV) licenses at its Society for Driving Training Institute (SDTI) at Burari.
After his visit to two Anganwadi centres, Minister Gahlot said that the entire Anganwadi staff has promised to continue working to ensure the smooth functioning of all centres.
He sought an interim order on the removal of allegedly defamatory statements and posts shared by Gupta on social media against Gahlot.
Residents continue to struggle as smog surrounds Delhi; Government to approach NGT again over odd-even policy
Earlier in the day, the NGT gave a go-ahead to the Delhi government on odd-even with no exemption for the two-wheelers, women and VIPs.