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AAP flays Centre for not allowing Delhi government to work in capital

Officers who worked well had been removed by the Centre and replaced by those who do not even want to work, said Ashutosh

IANS  |  New Delhi 

Aam Aadmi Party leader Ashutosh
Aam Aadmi Party leader Ashutosh

Flaying the for shunting out Delhi Chief Secretary K.K. Sharma, the on Tuesday accused it of creating circumstances which don't let the government to work in the capital.

Aam Aadmi Party leader told the media that ever since the came to power in Delhi, officers who worked well had been removed by the and replaced by those who do not even want to work.

"They (Centre) are creating circumstances which do not allow the elected government to work for the people but the would continue its good work despite all these obstacles," said.

Reports say IAS officer M.M. Kutty will be the new Chief Secretary in the Delhi government. He served as a Principal Secretary to former Chief M Minister Sheila Dikshit.

said the government was not consulted regarding Kutty's appointment.

"We hope that whoever is appointed works according to rules and regulations and remains answerable to the public and the Constitution," the leader said.

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AAP flays Centre for not allowing Delhi government to work in capital

Officers who worked well had been removed by the Centre and replaced by those who do not even want to work, said Ashutosh

Officers who worked well had been removed by the Centre and replaced by those who do not even want to work, said Ashutosh

Flaying the for shunting out Delhi Chief Secretary K.K. Sharma, the on Tuesday accused it of creating circumstances which don't let the government to work in the capital.

Aam Aadmi Party leader told the media that ever since the came to power in Delhi, officers who worked well had been removed by the and replaced by those who do not even want to work.

"They (Centre) are creating circumstances which do not allow the elected government to work for the people but the would continue its good work despite all these obstacles," said.

Reports say IAS officer M.M. Kutty will be the new Chief Secretary in the Delhi government. He served as a Principal Secretary to former Chief M Minister Sheila Dikshit.

said the government was not consulted regarding Kutty's appointment.

"We hope that whoever is appointed works according to rules and regulations and remains answerable to the public and the Constitution," the leader said.

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AAP flays Centre for not allowing Delhi government to work in capital

Officers who worked well had been removed by the Centre and replaced by those who do not even want to work, said Ashutosh

Flaying the for shunting out Delhi Chief Secretary K.K. Sharma, the on Tuesday accused it of creating circumstances which don't let the government to work in the capital.

Aam Aadmi Party leader told the media that ever since the came to power in Delhi, officers who worked well had been removed by the and replaced by those who do not even want to work.

"They (Centre) are creating circumstances which do not allow the elected government to work for the people but the would continue its good work despite all these obstacles," said.

Reports say IAS officer M.M. Kutty will be the new Chief Secretary in the Delhi government. He served as a Principal Secretary to former Chief M Minister Sheila Dikshit.

said the government was not consulted regarding Kutty's appointment.

"We hope that whoever is appointed works according to rules and regulations and remains answerable to the public and the Constitution," the leader said.

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