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Government in Delhi, central government issued notification of new law

Government in Delhi: Now the government in Delhi will mean the Lieutenant Governor. In fact, in Delhi, the Central Government has issued a notification after the Central Government has approved the National Capital Territory Governance (Amendment) Act 2021 i.e. GNTCD Act by the President.

Government in Delhi, central government issued notification of new law

The notification by the Ministry of Home Affairs states. “The Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Act, 2021 is notified with effect from 27 April”. This means that now no executive action can take without the approval of the Lieutenant Governor (LG).

Delhi government will have to take the advice of Lt. Governor


According to this notification, in the context of the legislation passed in the Delhi Legislative Assembly. The Government will have the meaning of Lt. Governor of the National Capital Territory of Delhi. With this, the Delhi government will have to seek the advice of the Lieutenant Governor before taking any executive step.

Explain that after passing this bill in the Lok Sabha on March 22. It passes in the Rajya Sabha on March 24 and the bill also passes by the Rajya Sabha. The Bill also proposes to ensure that the Lieutenant Governor must give the opportunity to exercise the power entrust under clause 4 of Article 239A of the Constitution to the select category in cases.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s problem may increase


According to the amendment made in the law, now the government will have to send the legislative proposal to the Lieutenant Governor at least 15 days in advance and the administrative proposal at least 7 days in advance. According to experts, due to this law, the problem of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s government may increase. After the bill pass in the Rajya Sabha, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal termed the decision an insult to the people of Delhi. When the bill pass, many opposition parties, including Congress, attack the Modi government fiercely. At the same time, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia¬† tweet, “Today is a dark day for democracy.” They called it a sad day for democracy. ‘

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