Why did AAP deviate in passing JLP Bill- One thought
Rule No.1-YOU will not discuss any of your plans within your group without prior approval from ME.
Rule No.2- Whenever YOU come to ME for prior approval, I am predetermined not to revert back on your proposal.
How do you feel about Rule No.1, if read in conjunction with Rule No.2? The obvious outcome will be as good as denying any authority to YOU or making YOU powerless.
Above is what was the procedure laid down for passing JLP bill by Delhi Govt. Rule No.1 was made by BJP’s Central Govt. in 2002 to counter Cong. Govt. at Delhi which in itself was violation of the constitution. Rule No.2 is evidenced by the fact that number of proposals sent by Delhi Govt. for prior approval have been kept pending at Centre for years.
I hope above clarifies the point why AAP did not follow prevailing senseless procedure laid down for passing JLP bills and preferred to table it in assembly before sending it to LG for approval. No body is condemning the action of 42 MLAs not allowing even to brainstorm the important draft document. more
Ashok Kumar ji, it seems that you want to vote Modi just b'coz you think that he will get 350 seats, don't worry you will vote AAP next time for the same reason. more
It seems that all my learned friends have no objection to BJP & Cong joining hands in snatching and breaking speaker's mike, forcefully grabbing & tearing off agenda papers, creating anarchy in assembly by shouting and not allowing proceedings to start for 2 days. But most of us are critical of AAP which never refused to send JLP bill to Centre through LG for approval. They just wanted to take MLAs into confidence by placing it before assembly for discussion, suggestions, fine tuning by minor amendments, if necessary and then send the bill, duly discussed at assembly, to the centre for approval. I do not understand where Kejriwal lacked maturity and where CONG-BJP showed maturity. I fully agree with Anita Srivastava. more
In my opinion it is very easy to comment on any situation but little tough to understand the real crux in its right earnest. The scenes witnessed at the time of presentation of the bill by Mr. Kejrwal and the way both BJP and Congress left no stone un-turned to ensure that the bill is not accepted for further discussions speaks volumes of their anxiety and fear for the ultimate consequences. Only our parliamentarians can behave in such an unparliamentarian way which is not to be seen any where in the world. If you really have a clear consience, you will never shirk from having a fair discussion and tear the wrong threadbare. more
Dear Ashok ji, pl. clarify who you are saying is right. However, let us not get carried away by the hype created by Modi with the help of the media. 350 seats is not a joke. But I agree that AK displayed lack of maturity by resigning the Delhi Govt. more
Sunil Dutt Ji 2 rule condition as explaned by you is well applicable to Delhi. At present it is applied over Delhi as per governing rules whether acceptable to AAP or not. In my point of view present status of Delhi as a full flashed stste can finish these compulsons. Hence AAP should try for making Govt in Delhi as well as a power gp at the centre. more