The Puducherry Assembly Passed A Resolution To Curtail The Powers Of Lt Governor
Express News Global
updated:16,2017 16:55 IST
PUDUCHERRY: Escalating the continuous power battle between the Puducherry government and Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi, the state gathering on Friday embraced a determination to change the law to abridge the forces of the Lieutenant Governor for good.
The determination isn’t authoritative on the focal government, unquestionably not parliament. In any case, it is a reasonable sign about the breakdown of relations between the V Narayanasamy government and Kiran Bedi.
At the heart of the progressing power tussle that begun after Ms Bedi’s arrangement as the Union Territory’s Lt Governor a year ago is a disagreement regarding who gets the first and last word in running the undertakings of the union region: Chief Minister or the Lt Governor.
Not long after she strolled into Raj Niwas, Ms Bedi had hauled out tenets to demand that she shouldn’t be relied upon to be an “elastic stamp” however guaranteed to assume a dynamic part in the organization of the union domain. Boss Minister Narayanasamy had then challenged her understanding of the tenets, advising her that a chose government was set up.
From multiple points of view, it was a re-keep running of the power tussle between the Aam Aadmi Party government and Lt Governor Najeeb Jung in the national capital, Delhi.