The AAP government has taken a combative line on a range of issues, and has repeatedly invoked the "rights" of the elected government of the state to act in what it has insisted are the interests of the people of Delhi.
The tussle between the Delhi CM and the L-G had started after Kejriwal took office for the second time in 2015. Najeeb Jung was the Lieutenant-Governor of Delhi then. After Jung resigned, Anil Baijal took over but the power struggle continues.
The two-judge bench consisting of Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice AK Sikri had a split verdict on the jurisdiction of Centre or Delhi government over appointment and transfer of bureaucrats in Delhi, but ruled unanimously that the Anti-corruption bureau will come under the Centre.
Baijal had emphasised on the need to have a separate policy to govern Mohalla Clinics in schools. But the latest plan obviates that need as outsiders will not be allowed to enter school premises for treatment purposes, an official said.
The secretariat receives various complaints and representations from public with respect to the Delhi Police, which are then sent to the police headquarters. Police are then asked to conduct an inquiry and send a report to the L-G for perusal.