Delhi News: These days the Delhi government seems to be troubled by bureaucracy, due to which their problems have increased. In fact, the Central Government’s GNCTD (Amendment) Act 2023 has been challenged in the Supreme Court by the Kejriwal government of Delhi. Since the hearing on the case has not started yet, the Delhi government has appealed to the Supreme Court to start the hearing on this matter as soon as possible.
Delhi government troubled by bureaucracy
Delhi government says that officers are no longer following their orders, due to which they are facing problems. The government says that due to lack of coordination, many works are pending, which have to be completed soon. In such a situation, the court should start hearing this case soon. At the same time, the Supreme Court has given four weeks time to Delhi and Central Government to compile the case.
There is controversy regarding control over bureaucracy
Let us tell you that recently the Central Government has got a law passed by the Parliament to control the bureaucracy in Delhi. Earlier, through Adhyay Desh, the government had overturned the decision of the Supreme Court, in which the Delhi government was given control over the bureaucracy. After this, the Kejriwal government challenged the ordinance in the Supreme Court, calling it illegal. At the same time, after the ordinance became law, the Delhi government has amended its petition and raised the demand for early hearing.
Center took away the rights of Delhi government
The Kejriwal government is continuously opposing the ordinance and the subsequent law. The government says that this decision has taken away the rights of the Delhi government. Since the implementation of the law, the officials have been disregarding the instructions and not listening to them. There has been a dispute going on for a long time between the Central and State Governments regarding control over the bureaucracy of Delhi.
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