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The Delhi government and the Aam Aadmi Party continued the process of besieging the Lieutenant Governor in the Assembly on Thursday as well. During this, after discussing the law and order of the capital, he targeted the Lieutenant Governor. The AAP MLAs alleged that the Lt Governor was not paying attention to stop the continuous crime in the capital. Earlier, AAP MLAs created ruckus inside the house and in the assembly premises accusing the lieutenant governor of stalling health services and staged a sit-in in front of the statue of Mahatma Gandhi.
During the discussion on the law and order of the capital in the Vidhansabha, Minister Gopal Rai specially threw light on the Kanjhawala incident. He said that the accused kept dragging the girl for 10-12 kms, but the police could not be found all the way. Not only this, the police did not become active even after giving information about this from some people. This proves that the police is unbridled. The Lieutenant Governor is entirely responsible for this.
Former minister Rajendra Gautam said that drugs are being sold in the capital. AAP MLA Rajkumari and Pramila Tokas said that women are not safe in the capital. He also presented some statistics. At the same time, as soon as the proceedings of the House started, AAP MLAs created ruckus accusing the Lieutenant Governor of affecting the health services. During this, he demanded the suspension of the Chief Secretary, Principal Secretary Finance and Health Secretary. Due to this the Speaker had to adjourn the meeting of the House twice. Meanwhile, the AAP MLAs staged a sit-in near the statue of Mahatma Gandhi in the assembly premises. AAP MLA Atishi said that the Lieutenant Governor is constantly stopping every work of the Delhi government through the Chief Secretary, Principal Secretary Finance and Health Secretary. MLA Dilip Pandey said that the Chief Secretary, Finance Principal Secretary and Health Secretary in connivance with the Lieutenant Governor are working against the interest of the people of Delhi.