With the remain off between the Delhi government and the Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal entering the seventh day, West Bengal boss priest Mamata Banerjee, and three other boss pastors have asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to determine the Delhi halt quickly, Banerjee tweeted on Sunday.
Banerjee, who is in Delhi to go to the fourth NITI Aayog meet said that she alongside Chandrababu Naidu, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Pinarayi Vijayan, Chief Minister of Kerala and HD Kumaraswamy, Chief Minister of Karnataka, met the leader and asked for him to determine the issues of Delhi government quickly.
The four boss clergymen have effectively voiced their help to New Delhi boss priest Arvind Kejriwal and his gathering. The blazing Banerjee had looked for Modi’s mediation on Saturday too while tending to the media in the national capital alongside Kumaraswamy, Vijayan, and Naidu.
“The order of the general population must be regarded,” Banerjee had said on Saturday, including, “If this is the state of Delhi, it sends the wrong message to whatever remains of the country…We did not make this stride quickly but rather sat tight for six days. I had made an impression on Arvindji three days sooner also.”
The four boss pastors likewise composed a joint letter to Baijal, trying to meet Kejriwal who is on a dissent at the L-G’s office-cum-habitation, Raj Niwas.
“Every one of us might want to make a portrayal to you as for the issues concerning the Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal. If you don’t mind allow us a gathering space today (Saturday) as we are pausing. We ask for you to give us time around 9 pm,” it read. In any case, the L-G’s office declined their demand expressing that Baijal was out.
The Delhi boss priest’s office has not discharged any official remark on the four boss pastors’ demand to the head administrator. Concerning the Delhi IAS officers, who as per Kejriwal and group have propelled an informal dissent against the administration, are required to address the media at 3.30 pm on Saturday.