BJP leaders on Saturday called for the dismissal of the Arvind Kejriwal government citing several notifications released by AAP government in the last one year, which according to the opposition party violate law.
Speaking to reporters a day head of the first anniversary of AAP government, leader of opposition Vijender Gupta said he will meet home minister Rajnath Singh and submit a list of 52 notifications issued by Delhi government without L-G’s approval.
“In the last one year all that they have been doing is confrontation. It is the Centre which has been tolerating this. AAP government should be immediately dismissed. I will give a list of these to the home minister and request him to take action,” Gupta said.
On Saturday, Gupta and other BJP leaders, including Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay, released a report card on AAP government’s performance and attacked the ruling front for its poor performance during last one year. AAP government will complete a year in power on Sunday.
Upadhyay said Kejriwal rode to power by showing dreams to Delhi and cashing on the false promises of eradicating corruption, Lokpal and Swaraj Bills.