AAP MLA on dharna all night

New Delhi, The political drama of Aam Aadmi Party is not taking its name to end. In the Delhi Assembly, all the MLAs of the Aam Aadmi Party stayed in the assembly for the whole night on Monday and staged a dharna. He accused the Lt Governor of corruption and spent the whole night in the assembly demanding his inquiry. Earlier on Monday, on the second day of the two-day special session of the Delhi Assembly, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal moved the motion of trust vote. The proceedings of the House were adjourned till Tuesday due to the sit-in by the MLAs. This means that the session will go on for one more day. Earlier it was called for one day.

However, when Kejriwal moved the motion for the trust vote, the MLAs of the opposition BJP demanded a discussion on sewerage, water and corruption, but instead of discussing it, all the opposition MLAs were asked to marshal the House for the whole day. been thrown out. After this it was decided that all the MLAs of Aam Aadmi Party would sit inside the Delhi Assembly for the whole night demanding the resignation of Lieutenant Governor Vinay Kumar Saxena.

Earlier, AAP MLA Durgesh Pathak made serious allegations against Lieutenant Governor Vinay Kumar Saxena inside the assembly. He said- When the Lieutenant Governor was in the Khadi and Village Industries Department, at that time he has committed a scam of Rs 14 hundred crore. He alleged scam in exchange of notes during demonetisation. After this, AAP said that if the ministers and MLAs of the Delhi government are being investigated, then the Lieutenant Governor should also be investigated.

On Monday, the second day of the assembly session, the Chief Minister of Delhi made a big attack on the central government and said that the present central government is the most corrupt government in 75 years of independence. He said – 10 lakh crores of his friends were eaten. He bought MLAs for 63 hundred crores and says from Red Fort – I am fighting against corruption.

Accusing the BJP, he said- BJP has run Operation Lotus in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Goa. Trying in Jharkhand also. He had tried in Delhi also, but failed. Eight hundred crores were left behind by them. However, due to the protest against the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, the proceedings of the Assembly have been adjourned till Tuesday.

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