Centre’s ordinance attempt to snatch powers given by Supreme Court to Delhi govt, says AAP | Delhi News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Saturday launched a scathing attack on the BJP-led Centre accusing it of snatching powers given to Delhi’s elected government by the Supreme Court.
This comes after Centre on Friday promulgated an ordinance to nullify the recent order by the apex court that had given Delhi government control over officers dealing with subjects other than public order, police and land, and assigned the superintending jurisdiction over the entire officer cadre in the National Capital Territory to the lieutenant governor.
AAP leader and Delhi minister Atishi while addressing press persons said that Central government was doing this to stop the Kejriwal government’s work.
“Even if Delhi’s people voted for Kejriwal, this ordinance says he won’t run Delhi,” she added further.
The Government of NCT of Delhi (Amendment) Ordinance, 2023, has created a National Capital Civil Service Authority to deal with service conditions, transfers and postings of officers. Although the committee will be headed by the chief minister of Delhi in his ex-officio capacity, it will also have the chief secretary and the principal home secretary of Delhi as ex-officio members with equal say. Differences of opinion are to be referred to the LG, whose decision will be final.

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