A few days back, Delhi police officials have question retired IAS officer VK Jain about the assault on Delhi Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash allegedly done by Aam Aadmi Party MLAs Prakash Jarwal and Amanatullah Khan.
Addressing the media separately, Sisodia and Maken also attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for not taking part in the meeting, despite an invitation from Kejriwal.
Ajay Maken will, however, attend all party-meeting to be held at the chief minister's residence on Tuesday. "The BJP can resolve the issue in a day if they want to". From AAP, among those who were present included AAP's Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh and MLA Somnath Bharti. "We appeal to the Chief Minister to immediately meet the Monitoring Committee Members and urge them to stop the sealing being done without even serving notice, " he added.
"Stop the drama of allegations and counter-allegations over sealing in Delhi". His tweet said, "Due to the fake fights and the collusion between BJP and AAP, traders are facing a lot of damage". "Both the parties should find an immediate solution to the problem, instead of gaining political mileage out of it", Gandhi tweeted in Hindi.More news: Dzeko goal is enough to send Roma through
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In his letter to Maken specifically, Kejriwal wrote that since the Congress leader has been a minister for Urban Development, he is sure of getting good and practical suggestions on the issue from him.
The joint forum of the Delhi government employees has demanded action against Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia in connection with the case.
On 28 March, a traders' rally would be held at Ramlila Maidan here against the sealing drive which, the CAIT said, is in "utter violation" of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi Act, 1957. "After this affidavit the Supreme Court expressed its concern over the intentions of Delhi Government and revived its Monitoring Committee to curb the growing menace of unauthorized construction, " he said.