Twarit Mukhya: Delhi Services Department refuses to abide by Deputy CM’s order

05 Jul 2018 10:05 AM

Twarit Mukhya: Delhi Services Department refuses to abide by Deputy CM’s order

Updated 05 Jul 2018 10:05 AM

The tussle between Delhi government and central government is yet to get resolved even after Supreme Court’s landmark judgement, which it ruled that the LG cannot obstruct Delhi government's policy decisions as he has no independent power and was bound by the elected dispensation's advice; as services department refuse to oblige to Deputy CM Manish Sisodia’s order.

The services department said that since The Supreme Court did not abolish the notification issued in 2016, and we did not get any formal order; therefore we will not follow Deputy CM’s order.

The Deputy CM had on Wednesday declared that transfer decisions will be taken by Delhi government.

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