The Supreme Court has sent a notice to the Presiding Officer of the MCD House on a petition filed by Aam Aadmi Party's mayoral candidate Shaili Oberoi. With this, now the next hearing in this matter will be held on Monday.
New Delhi: While hearing the Delhi Mayor case, the Supreme Court issued a notice to the Presiding Officer of the House. Along with this, the court said that the next hearing in this matter will be held on Monday. Arguing in the Supreme Court, Abhishek Manu Singhvi said that there is no mayor in Delhi. Many matters are very urgent. Which should be resolved. He said that constitutionally nominated members could not vote. After which the judge said that even if he was allowed to vote, it would not make any difference.
JP and AAP accused each other
BJP MP Manoj Tiwari had alleged that the AAP was running away from the mayoral and deputy mayor elections despite having a majority in the MCD. He had said that Arvind Kejriwal should answer whether his party is scared of elections. At the same time, AAP MP Sanjay Singh accused the BJP of 'strangulating' the mandate given to his party and Arvind Kejriwal on behalf of the '2 crore people' of Delhi. Sanjay Singh had said that BJP is losing badly in these elections.
Councilors had vandalized fiercely
On January 6, during the mayoral election of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, there was a lot of ruckus in the house. The councillors of Delhi created a ruckus in the House and ransacked it. There was also heavy damage to the mike and chairs in the House. Now the news is coming that this loss will be compensated by the councillors only. According to the news in the media, whatever damage has been done during the uproar in Delhi Municipal Corporation House on January 6, it will be compensated by the corporators of the corporation. For this, a report is being prepared against the culprits on the basis of video footage, so that the culprits can be easily compensated for the loss caused in the House.