Kejriwal orders IAS officers to speed up work after SC decision:
The Delhi government also launched a new system for transfers and deployments of bureaucrats on Wednesday. For which the right to grant clearance has been given to Chief Minister Kejriwal.
Following the Supreme Court decision, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal convened a meeting of the Cabinet. And asked the officers to speed up the speed to complete the projects like rationing houses and supplying CCTV cameras.
Deputy Chief Minister’s Words
Manish Sisodia said at a press conference after a meeting of the Cabinet that lasted for nearly eight minutes that the authorities have been instructed to work according to the order of the Supreme Court. Sisodia said that after the court’s decision on the power struggle between the Center and the Delhi Government. You do not need the government to approve every decision by the Lt. Governor Anil Baijal.
What was the decision??? In a historic judgment on Wednesday, the Supreme Court said. That Delhi cannot be given full state status but also said that the Lt. Governor does not have the right to make independent decisions. Kejriwal tweeted after the meeting, “All officers of the Delhi government have instructed that to work according to the orders of the Honorable Supreme Court. Now, it has instructed to accelerate the supply of Ration’s houses and the proposal to set up CCTV. ”
So far the authority has been with the Lt Governor to sanction for transfers and deployments of IAS and Danics (Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar Islands Civil Services) officers.
SERVICES MAMACHA ALWAYS WITH LG:
Although senior bureaucrats working in the Delhi government claimed that “service related matters” still come under the jurisdiction of the office of the Lieutenant Office as Delhi is a Union Territory. A top official, on condition of anonymity, said that the Supreme Court will make a final decision on reasonably regular post-service matters and other issues. Another official claimed that the apex court has not canceled the notification of the Ministry of Home Affairs in May 2015. According to which service matters fall under the Lt. Governor.