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AAP at the altar again

Almost a week after Delhi Congress President Ajay Maken demanded the disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs holding office-of-profit, the EC informed that the MLAs are indeed unfit to hold office. The Election Commission opined that all 20 party MLAs are unfit to continue as legislators and sent its recommendation to President Ram Nath Kovind. As in the past, Arvind Kejriwal opened the issue to make a public remark that his MLAs will be saved and will avoid a threat to his ministry. AAP hit back saying that it will challenge the EC decision since the views of the MLAs have not been taken into consideration. It was contended that Delhi CM has no moral authority to continue as the chief minister since half of his cabinet is filled with corrupt legislators. Thus, AAP is at the altar once again for the wrong reason as its controversial CM is cornered time and again for his misrule and lack basic decorum required to run the Delhi Assembly.

Chitra Rugmini

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