Day 584: 23-Sep-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 23-Sep-16:

  1. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal urged LG Najeeb Jung to “reconsider” his order removing Krishna Saini as Chairperson of the DERC. ( ( ( ( (
  2. AAP Delhi Government moves High Court against LG Najeeb Jung scrapping DERC Chief’s appointment. ( (
  3. The Delhi Government has increased the retirement age of city government services doctors to 65. (
  4. The Delhi government has proposed to do away with the minimum experience condition for registering as government contractor in civic agencies. (

Related News:

  1. DCW chief Swati Maliwal lodged a complaint with the ACB against her predecessors – Barkha Shukla and Kiran Walia – and former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit, alleging financial fraud. ( ( ( ( ( ( ( (
  2. Delhi BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri uses offensive words for Arvind Kejriwal and his children. (
  3. Chikungunya cases still on the rise in the national capital as at least 2,000 blood test samples have tested positive for chikungunya at AIIMS only. (
  4. Former Delhi women panel chief Barkha Singh fires back at Swati Maliwal. ( (
  5. The BJP’s Delhi unit attacked Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for “unnecessary controversy” he was creating over the selection and appointment of the DERC chief. (
  6. The Election Commission deferred the hearing on a plea seeking disqualification of 21 AAP MLAs. ( (
  7. A special train, called ‘Mosquito Terminator’, was pressed into service by the Northern Railway to spray insecticide on water bodies along the track in Delhi area to curb mosquito breeding. (
  8. A Delhi court granted bail to a man, who had allegedly thrown ink at Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia outside the Lieutenant Governor’s office. (
  9. Delhi Police has promoted over 4,000 of its junior rank personnel ranging from constables to inspectors in the current year. (
  10. Clearing garbage in Delhi responsibility of BJP-ruled civic bodies : AAP. ( ( (
  11. AIIMS: 0.1 per cent chance of a person dying due to chikungunya. (
  12. Aam Aadmi Party launched a city-wide campaign in Delhi to “point out” their “failure” in keeping the city clean. (

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