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Akhilesh Yadav Criticizes Centre’s Delhi Services Ordinance as an Insult to Judiciary

The Centre’s Ordinance on Delhi Services Insult to Judiciary: Akhilesh Yadav

Akhilesh Yadav, former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and Samajwadi Party Chief, recently criticized the Centre’s ordinance on Delhi Services, calling it an insult to the judiciary. The ordinance states that the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi is not bound to act on the advice of the Delhi government, and can take independent decisions on matters related to services.

This move by the Centre has been met with severe criticism from opposition parties, who believe that it undermines the authority of the elected government in Delhi. Akhilesh Yadav echoed these concerns, stating that the ordinance was a deliberate attempt to weaken the power of elected governments.

Yadav further criticized the Centre’s decision to bring the ordinance during the Covid-19 pandemic, when the country is already grappling with a range of issues. He stated that the ordinance would only create confusion and chaos in an already fragile system.

The Centre, on the other hand, has defended its decision, stating that it was necessary to bring clarity on matters related to services in Delhi. The previous system, under which the elected government had complete control over all matters related to services, was deemed inefficient and unworkable.

The ordinance seeks to rectify this by giving more powers to the Lieutenant Governor, who will now be able to take independent decisions on matters related to services. This, according to the Centre, will help streamline the system and make it more efficient.

However, opposition parties remain unconvinced, and have accused the Centre of using the ordinance to undermine the authority of elected governments. The matter is likely to be taken up by the courts, with the Delhi government planning to challenge the ordinance as unconstitutional.

Overall, the Centre’s move to bring the ordinance on Delhi Services has stirred up a hornet’s nest, with politicians from all sides weighing in on the matter. While the Centre believes that the ordinance will help streamline the system, opposition parties remain concerned about the implications of the move for India’s federal structure. The ultimate outcome of this ongoing debate remains to be seen.

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