Delhi News: The transfer-posting controversy in Delhi is not taking its name to stop. Now more than 25 days have passed since the ordinance of the Center came into force. However, the dispute between the two sides has not stopped yet. After the mega rally at Ramlila Maidan, AAP has once again warned the Center in strong words. Sharing a video from its official account, AAP wrote that the central government should not try to take away the rights given to Delhi, otherwise the result will not be good.
Told PM Modi ‘fourth pass king’
In the video shared on Twitter, AAP has fiercely targeted the Modi government at the Center. Not only this, in the caption given below the video, AAP has described PM Modi as ‘fourth pass king’. While sharing the video, AAP wrote, “Strong message to the people of Delhi! Modi should not dare to take away their rights from the hooliganism and dictatorship ordinance. Otherwise, the public will teach such a lesson, which the fourth pass king will remember for life.
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‘Maharelli told with whom the public is with’
In the video, AAP has warned the central government that the public had brought the death warrant of the ordinance of the center in the mega rally held on June 11. The crowd that came to the rally has proved with whom the public is with. It is being said in the video that the people of Delhi will not accept the arbitrary ordinance of the Centre.
Even after giving a verdict in favor of Delhi, the Center overturned the decision of the Supreme Court by bringing an ordinance, which clearly shows that the Modi government at the Center is scared of the AAP government in Delhi. The question has been asked in the video that if the Lieutenant Governor was to be given all the power in Delhi, then what was the point of making the CM?
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