VK Saxena has proposed to the Union Home Ministry to implement the Telangana Prevention of Dangerous Activities Act, 1986, in the city.
The nurses body urged Saxena to issue directions to stop the outsourcing practice allegedly taken up by the Delhi Government-run hospital.
The sources said all pre-requisites, including money as compensation and land for compensatory afforestation by DDA, have already been put in place.
The L-G has recommended disciplinary proceedings under Rule 16 of the CCS (CCA), Rules 1965, they said.
The AAP government has blamed L-G VK Saxena for “derailing governance” of Delhi.
The affidavit also alleged that the L-G is “running a parallel system of governance in the NCT of Delhi” by abrogating to himself the powers of an elected government.
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Chandrashekhar’s counsel Ashok K Singh, while speaking to TNIE, has now claimed that the former has been receiving constant threats and pressure to withdraw complaints against AAP leaders.
The accused also burnt copies of the Constitution in a protest against SC/ST Act Amendment Bill and reservations at Parliament Street during the protest, they added.
In his fresh letter to Saxena, Chandrashekhar has alleged that he had been receiving severe threats from the jail administration after his first letter went public.
The additional posts include deputy secretaries, section officers, assistant section officers, senior assistants, junior assistants, legal assistants and peons/MTS.
He added the AAP thinks that now the time is ripe for LG Saxena to actually get a reality check on where he stands on the issues of Delhi.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had alleged that the BJP and the L-G have ‘abruptly stopped yoga classes’.
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The move will provide a fillip to the hospitality sector and make way for dining till late hours and on terraces, they added.
The protesters gathered at Raj Niwas Marg with placards and raised slogans against Saxena. Security presence outside Saxena's residence has been beefed up.
At a press conference on Wednesday, Sisodia had accused the BJP of “conspiring” to shut the programme by pressuring officials.
Gautam, who was minister for the departments of social welfare, SC and ST, registrar of co-operative societies and gurudwara elections, had resigned on October 9.
In April 2021, he was arrested in another money laundering case linked to the 2017 Election Commission bribery case, which allegedly involved a former AIADMK leader and others.
The EOW had informed that during investigation in the case, seven officers have already been arrested for facilitating the extortion syndicate being run by the accused.
In the letter, he said the crime graph in the city has increased and it seems that Delhi has become the capital of crime.
An FIR was registered for impersonation at the Dwarka police station on October 2.