Delhi LG calls CM Kejriwal, his ministers and AAP MLA at Raj Niwas tomorrow

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The deputy governor of the national capital Delhi, VK Saxena, invited Prime Minister and Aam Aadmi party leader Arvind Kejriwal, his ministers and 10 AAP MLAs to meet at Raj Niwas at 4 pm on Friday, the news agency PTI to Officials.

The foregoing after both leaders of the national capital on the occasion of the 74th Republic Day greeted the people and asked them to strengthen democracy and the Constitution of the country.

The Prime Minister also unfurled the national flag at his official residence at Civil Lines.

Extending its good wishes to the people on the occasion, LG paid tribute to the freedom fighters and martyrs.

He called on the people to safeguard, nurture, and strengthen the ideals, values, and provisions contained in the Constitution.

“Let us rededicate ourselves to safeguarding, nurturing and strengthening the ideals, values ​​and provisions contained in our Constitution and stand shoulder to shoulder to make India strong, peaceful and powerful,” Saxena said in a tweet.

In his Republic Day message, Kejriwal stated that it was everyone’s responsibility to strengthen democracy in the country.

At the Delhi government’s Republic Day function on Wednesday, he had raised the issue of alleged “harassment” facing states and UTs at the hands of Center-appointed Governors and GLs.

On the eve of Republic Day, January 25, the traditional ‘at home’ function at the Raj Niwas featured a scene of bonhomie on Tuesday as Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal greeted each other warmly , in the midst of his ongoing power. Fight.

The bonhomie between Saxena and Kejriwal comes amid an ongoing power struggle between them.

On January 16, AAP MLAs led by CM Kejriwal marched on the Lieutenant Governor’s office in Delhi against alleged interference in the running of the elected government. Kejriwal had said that LG VK Saxena should not “behave like a principal” by checking students’ homework.

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