Last Updated: January 17, 2023, 20:22 IST
BJP MLAs on Tuesday wore black garments and turbans in the Delhi Assembly to protest in opposition to the alleged corruption and scams of the AAP authorities and demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
Ramvir Singh Bidhuri, the Leader of Opposition in the meeting, stated occasion legislators wore black garments to specific “grief over the homicide of democracy in the House”.
He rued that the speaker did not even allow Opposition MLAs to speak on the issue of corruption in the Kejriwal government.
“The Kejriwal government is strangling the opposition by adopting a dictatorial and arbitrary attitude,” he alleged.
“BJP MLAs had requested to lift this subject of corruption as per guidelines and it was additionally included in the agenda, however the speaker didn’t permit us to talk,” he alleged.
“Sufficient evidence has come to light that AAP leaders pocketed thousands of crores of rupees in the liquor scam. The Central Vigilance Commission itself has given a report on the scam in the construction of classrooms.
“The Kejriwal government had to cancel the work order after the scam in the purchase of DTC buses came to light,” an announcement quoting Bidhuri stated.
BJP MLA Vijender Gupta stated there’s a rip-off in the development of school rooms, buy of buses and liquor coverage.
“Overall, the Kejriwal authorities is simply doing corruption and the chief minister ought to resign. We wore black garments to mark our protest in opposition to this corrupt authorities,” he said.
BJP member Ajay Mahawar alleged corruption in the purchase of buses, excise policy and the working of the Delhi Jal Board.
He said the “dishonest” authorities of Kejriwal is shielding Manish Sisodia, who’s “accused of gross corruption”, while one of his ministers, Satyendar Jain, is in jail on corruption charges.
Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel on Tuesday suspended six BJP MLAs for the day after they protested against AAP MLA Atishi’s calling attention motion on the issue of alleged “illegal interferences” of Lieutenant Governor (LG) V Okay Saxena in the schooling of kids and coaching of lecturers.
Later, Bidhuri and Gupta staged a stroll out from the meeting.
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