The Delhi High Court had yesterday directed Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash and two other officers to appear before the committees of Delhi Legislative Assembly, which had issued notices to them, warning them of contempt if they did not do so.
The shooting, police had said, was the fallout of a gang rivalry including gangster Jitender Gogi, and had claimed the lives of two bystanders. Following the note, Delhi Police have initiated an internal enquiry in the matter, it is learnt.
AAP dharna HIGHLIGHTS: The four CM's had sought an appointment with the L-G but were refused permission. "We were told that the LG is not at home. Our demand is very simple: Sort out the issue, let the elected government work," Naidu told reporters.
"We do not have to understand the meaning of government from the statute. We will go back to the Constitution," the bench said and enquired about who has been making appointments in schools run by the Delhi government.
IN A setback to the Delhi government, Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal directed the chief secretary to recover an amount of Rs 97 crore from AAP, which it had allegedly “splurged” on advertisements, within 30 days.