Day 290 : 2-Dec-15

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 2-Dec-15:

  1. The Delhi Cabinet on Wednesday passed a proposal which gives principals of government-run schools the authority to employ retired officials as non-teaching staff. (
  2. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday reiterated his government’s commitment to implement the proposed minimum wages legislation in the Capital. ( (
  3. The Delhi assembly on Wednesday passed a resolution that members of the House will not indulge in exchange of any kind of dowry for wedding of their children and relatives. ( (
  4. Delhi Aam Aadmi Party government tabled the Fourth Delhi Finance Commission (DFC) report in the assembly. ( ( ( (
  5. Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, on Wednesday, wrote to his Tamil Nadu counterpart, J Jayalalitha, expressing his support for the people of Chennai, severely affected by floods. (

Related News:

  1. The Delhi High Court asks; Who controls the municipal corporations in the national capital, the Centre or the state government. (
  2. The National Green Tribunal has prohibited tree felling in South Delhi belt. ( (
  3. The National Green Tribunal slams Delhi government for not acting “seriously” to improve deteriorating air quality in the city and directed it to convene an urgent meeting on the issue. ( ( ( (
  4. AAP MLA from Nitin Tyagi moved a breach of privilege motion against Pankaj Pushkar, who has filed a police complaint against the former alleging ‘threat to life’. ( ( (
  5. O P Sharma faces inquiry for using ‘objectionable language’ against Alka Lamba. (
  6. Leader of Opposition in the Delhi Assembly, Vijender Gupta, on Wednesday moved 10 amendments in the current Jan Lokpal Bill. ( (

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