As the sit-in protest Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his colleagues staged in response to the state Lieutenant Governor’s reluctance to meet the elected representatives of the state has failed to reach any progress, the Aam Aadmi Party Supremo has geared up for severe protests.
There are reports that the AAP chief has sent many letters to the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, requesting his immediate intervention to resolve the crisis.
The day to day affairs of the Delhi government has been badly impacted by the leaders sit-in strike and the non-cooperation strike conducted by the IAS officials against the AAP government since a senior IAS officer was attacked.
It is the common people who are mostly affected by the strikes. As per a report published in a local media, many of the departments which are supposed to function in rocket speed are presently functioning in snail speed.
It seems that the state government are trying their level best to convince the local people that what they are suffering is due to the improper actions of the central government.
The AAP is going to start a signature collection program from Monday onwards to approach every household for their support in the form of signature to fight against the central government’s unjust actions.
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