Although IAS officers have been demanding an apology from Kejriwal, he is so arrogant that he has not shown any regret for the attack that Aanshu Prakash has alleged in his police complaint.
By Rakesh Raman
A meeting of the Council of Ministers is scheduled today at 3:00 p.m. to discuss the dates for the Budget Session of Delhi Assembly.
In his letter Aanshu Prakash has said that he will be attending the meeting with his colleague officers with the assumption that Kejriwal will ensure that there will be no physical attack or verbal assault on officers.
Aanshu Prakash also urged Kejriwal to maintain proper decorum in the meeting and protect the dignity of officers.
The chief secretary is particularly apprehensive because politicians in Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) are mostly uneducated goons. Last week, Aanshu Prakash had filed a police complaint alleging that a couple of AAP MLAs had beaten him at the behest of Kejriwal.
Baijal has advised Kejriwal’s government to restore trust in bureaucracy as almost all the bureaucrats had boycotted the official activities planned by Kejriwal and his ministers.
The Association of the IAS officers of AGMUT (Arunachal, Goa, Mizoram and Union Territories) Cadre observed a 5-minute silence Monday as a mark of support for Aanshu Prakash.
— IAS AGMUT Association (@IAS_Agmut) February 26, 2018
Although the IAS officers have been demanding an apology from Kejriwal, he is so arrogant that he has not shown any regret for the attack that Aanshu Prakash has alleged in his police complaint.
Rather, Kejriwal has further threatened the bureaucrats by saying that if they did not obey his orders, he will take stern action against them. “I will not tolerate politics by bureaucrats,” Kejriwal said, assuming that officers’ protest is part of a larger political game plan to destabilize his government.
Meanwhile, in an ongoing RMN Poll given below, a whopping 77% people say they are not satisfied with Kejriwal’s AAP government in Delhi and only 12% are satisfied.
You can select your poll option and click the small box under the options to vote and see the poll results so far.
By Rakesh Raman, who is a national award-winning journalist and social activist. He is the founder of a humanitarian organization RMN Foundation which is working in diverse areas to help the disadvantaged and distressed people in the society.
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