CM, AAP MLAs to push for CCTV project
Posted On: 2018-07-02 18:05:59 ; Read: 73 time(s)
To visit L-G Anil Baijal tomorrow; Congress says AAP attempting to redirect consideration
Boss Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said he, his Cabinet and all Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs would go to Lieutenant-Governor Anil Baijal's home on Monday to push for the continuous CCTV cameras venture.
"All priests and MLAs will walk upto LG house from my living arrangement on Monday at 3 pm to ask Hon'ble LG not to take after BJP's bearings and to enable CCTV cameras to be introduced all finished Delhi to fortify ladies security. [sic]," Mr. Kejriwal said in a tweet.
The Delhi government's task to introduce 1.4 lakh CCTV cameras had been started, the agreement granted and the work arrange should be issued when the L-G on Tuesday requested the setting up of a panel to define a structure, said Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.
The L-G had requested the board of trustees to detail a standard working technique for establishment, activity and upkeep of CCTV cameras. The council, headed by key secretary (Home Department), held its first gathering on Friday and is relied upon to give its report inside multi month.
The AAP regulation, nonetheless, named the development of the board of trustees a deferring strategy by the L-G and the BJP-ruled Central government. "The L-G didn't state anything for a long time. Presently, after the delicate procedure had been done, he all of a sudden structures a board of trustees," said Mr. Sisodia, adding that he had kept in touch with Mr. Baijal advising him of the Cabinet and MLAs expectation to visit on Monday.
In the interim, the Congress, which has blamed the AAP government for debasement in the CCTV venture, on Saturday said Mr. Sisodia was attempting to occupy consideration. Congress pioneer and previous Delhi Minister Arvinder Singh said that as opposed to endeavoring to dispel any confusion air on the debasement accusation, Mr. Sisodia had faulted the L-G and Opposition parties for endeavoring to slow down the work.
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