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Fight between AAP-LG intensifies; Del CM, his Cab colleagues march to LG house

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

The fight between the government and the over CCTV project intensified further today as Arvind Kejriwal, his cabinet ministers and MLAs marched to the office to press him "not to stall" the project under "pressure from the BJP".

Kejriwal, his ministerial colleagues including his deputy and Satyendar Jain, and all MLAs, began their march from the CM's Civil Lines residence at 3 pm under heavy police security cover.

During the two-kilometre march, Kejriwal, ministers and MLAs raised slogans against the and BJP.

Before the protest, the attacked the BJP, alleging that it does not want the CCTV project to be executed which is why it is being stalled through

In its election manifesto, the (AAP) had promised installation of at least 10 lakh CCTV cameras in the city for women security.

"The committee set up by the L-G is very dangerous. The committee has been set up to stall CCTV project," Kejriwal told reporters here.

The dispensation has been opposing the LG-appointed committee constituted for preparing common framework for installation and monitoring of CCTV cameras.

Yesterday, Baijal wrote to Kejriwal, saying that it was "unfortunate" that the public and media were being "misled" on the issue "repeatedly and deliberately".

Hours after Baijal's letter, Kejriwal wrote back to the Lt Governor, seeking to know why he is "politicising" the issue of women safety.

Kejriwal had alleged that the had set up the committee "arbitrarily", bypassing the elected government and sought to know why he is "violating" the Constitution.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

First Published: Mon, May 14 2018. 15:45 IST