New Delhi, India: Home Minister Amit Shah replied on the National Capital Territory of Delhi Amendment Bill in the Rajya Sabha. The Union Home Minister says, “The Centre doesn’t want to rule Delhi but instead the citizen of India given us the right to control power”. In his reply to the amendment bill, Amit Shah referred to the fact that there were no problems with the transfer of civil servants before the emergence of the Aam Admi Party government.
Earlier, there were no fights over transfer postings in Delhi, no CMs had any problems….In 2015, a govt came up after an ‘andolan’….Some people said that the Centre wants to take power into its hands. The Centre doesn’t need to do so as the people of India have given us the… pic.twitter.com/twRcpcekMh
— ANI (@ANI) August 7, 2023
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The Union Minister criticized the AAP government as he said “The AAP Government has been interfering in the posting and transfer of civil servants which resulted in creating problems and corruption. Home Minister Amit Shah said there were no fights over the transfer of postings in Delhi before 2015. He also added in the statement “In 2015, a govt came up after an Andolan” Shah gave this comment symbolizing the beginning of the AAP government in New Delhi.
Amit Shah also mentioned in his feedback that the Central government does not want to control the power in the national capital, but instead, the center has already the power to do so. Moreover, the AAP government accused the center of trying to control the Delhi Administrative system by passing the National Capital Territory of Delhi Amendment Bill, 2023.
Information Input: ANI