Delhi CM Aravind Kejriwal Resigned
This India news posted by 15 February, 2014on
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday tried to introduce the Jan Lok Pal bill in Delhi assembly, however all opposition parties are objected as without central government permission its not possible to present the bill on assembly.
On this matter voting is conducted, in which Kejriwal government got 27 votes only and loses their stand on presenting the Jan Lok Pal bill.
Kejriwal said in assembly as Aam Admi Party is born to get rid of corruption from our country, but as it is possible only with Jan Lok Pal bill, however opposition parties are not allowing us to introduce this bill. Due to lack of support we are deeply hurt on this matter.
If its required we will spare our chief minister posts not only once even hundred or thousand times. As soon he came outside of the Delhi assembly he sent a letter to Delhi governor of his resignation and request of dissolving of all ministries.
Kejriwal also wants to go for polls, as he wish that they will win with full majority then we will pass the Jan Lok Pall bill in the Delhi Assembly.
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