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Kejriwal's personal decision whether to stay as Chief Minister: Supreme Court | leader


Leader Online Desk : It is Kejriwal's personal decision whether to stay as Chief Minister or not. Sometimes, personal interest is national
The Delhi High Court refused to entertain another PIL seeking the removal of Arvind Kejriwal from the post of Chief Minister of Delhi, commenting that interest should be subordinated.

Kejriwal has been arrested in the money laundering case of the Delhi liquor policy scam. Due to this, a petition was filed by Vishnu Gupta, who is the president of Hindu Sena Sangathan, demanding an order to remove him from the post of Chief Minister. The PIL was dismissed by a bench of Chief Justice Manmohan and Justice Manmeet Pritam Singh Arora of the Delhi High Court.

The Lt Governor of Delhi does not need our guidance

The court cannot decide on Kejriwal's removal from the post of Chief Minister of Delhi. The bench also clarified that the Lieutenant Governor (LG) of Delhi or the President can take a decision on this. How can the court declare that the government is not working? The Lieutenant Governor of Delhi is fully competent to take a decision in this regard. They don't need our guidance. We are not the ones to advise him. The court also clarified that they will do what is provided under the law.

The court rejected the second petition against Kejriwal

The court also said that the concerned petitioners should appeal to the President or the Governor of Delhi in this matter.
Explained. The petitioner then withdrew the petition. Interestingly, this is the second PIL to remove Kejriwal from the post of Chief Minister of Delhi. The High Court has rejected it. Earlier, on March 28, the High Court had rejected a similar PIL filed by Surjit Singh Yadav.



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