New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday once again attacked the Centre over its ordinance on controlling the administrative services in the national capital.
Sharing the write-up of retired Supreme Court Justice Madan B. Lokur, he said that the justice has exposed the unconstitutionality of the Centre’s ordinance.
“The ordinance comes out as a constitutional fraud on the people of Delhi, its elected representatives, and the Constitution,” Supreme Court Justice (retired) Madan B. Lokur writes, exposing the unconstitutionality of the Centre’s ordinance,” Kejriwal wrote on Twitter while sharing an excerpt from the article.
Notably, Kejriwal has met with a number of opposition parties seeking their support against the Central government on the ordinance issue. He has also said that, as of now, only the Congress is not coming out clean on its stance against the Centre.
The entire Opposition, except Congress, has supported him in voting against the Centre’s government ordinance in Parliament, the CM has stated.