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"BJP trying to topple AAP govt, implement president's rule...": Delhi Minister Atishi

New Delhi: Delhi Minister Atishi and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader on Friday alleged that a big political conspiracy is being hatched by the BJP-led central government to impose the President's Rule in the national capital, adding that the party has received several signs regarding the same.
At the press conference in Delhi, Atishi said, "Let me warn the BJP that imposing President's rule in Delhi will be illegal, unconstitutional, and against the mandate of the people of Delhi. The people of Delhi have given a clear mandate to Arvind Kejriwal and Aam Aadmi Party."
She further said, "The officers of Delhi govt has stopped attending the meeting. All these things show that there is a conspiracy to topple the government of Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi and to implement the president's rule."
The sharp attack came days after the Delhi High Court quashed a petition by Kejriwal challenging his arrest on March 21.
Speaking to ANI after a press conference, Atishi said, "Arvind Kejriwal has been arrested in a fake case and that too without any proof because there is a conspiracy to topple the elected govt of Delhi. when we see a few things from the past, it shows that there has been a well-thought conspiracy going on."
"No officers are being posted in Delhi, no transfer postings within Delhi, and officers have stopped attending the meetings since the elections were announced. For the last week, the LG has been writing baseless letters to MHA and the CM's secretary has also been removed. This all shows the conspiracy that is going on to topple the Delhi government," the AAP leader told ANI.
Earlier on April 11, Bibhav Kumar, personal assistant (PA) to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, was terminated from his services. An action in this regard has been taken up by the Directorate of Vigilance (DoV) in connection with a case pending against him for 'obstruction'.
Special Secretary Vigilance YVVJ Rajshekhar passed the order.
The order stated that the charges against Bibhav Kumar are grave in nature, including charges of assault or criminal force to deter a public servant from discharging his duty.

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