Sunday, May 17, 2015

BRUTAL TUG O' WAR BETWEEN KEJRIWAL AND NAJEEB LIKELY TO WRITE HISTORY AT DELHI

INELUCTABLE TUG O' WAR HAS BEGUN AT THE CAPITAL, HARD TO HOLD ON BUT EVEN HARDER TO LET GO. LET'S SEE WHO PULLS STRONGER AND DRAINS THE POWER OUT OF OTHER!

DELHI CM, ARVIND KEJRIWAL AND LG, NAJEEB JUNG TAKE OUT SWORDS OPENLY TO SHOW THEIR STRENGTH...


BETTER TO FIGHT FOR SOMETHING THAN LIVE FOR NOTHING
ONE IS FIGHTING FOR DREAM AND THE OTHER FOR POWER

This deadly confrontation between Arvind and Najeeb took ugly shape when Power Secretary, Shakuntala D Gamlin, a 1984-batch IAS officer, was appointed as acting chief secretary on Saturday by principal secretary, #AnindoMajumdar against his wish following the order from LG's office. It is important to mention here that Ms Gamlin is believed to be extremely close to Power companies in Delhi.


IAS officer, Shakuntala D Gamlin who has been accused of favoring power firms

As the scene is getting uglier every minute by this ongoing administrative fight between the two heavyweights of Delhi, the central govt has jumped into the conflict to extend leverage to Najeeb with an obvious intent to show Arvind in poor light but Aap Supremo is going to win the hearts of Delhi voters eventually on this issue because the root of contention is that the power companies at Delhi always function with the strong nexus of top ranking bureaucrats of their choices. Arvind Kejriwal's tweets suggest amply that he intends to break this nexus at all cost and the governor doesn't seem to be in this favor at all.



For the time being, Arvind has rushed to the president to intimate him of this unprecedented situation as to how his democratically elected govt's power is being encroached by the governor on the selection of bureaucrats. However the president may dishearten Arvind by inclining to the governor on this matter later.
THE FIGHT FOR DREAM IS BETTER THAN FIGHT FOR CREAM


The supreme court of india may be watching the entire episode with patience presently but it will soon have no option left but to intervene to end their hostilities. Most likely, Arvind may get justice in SC in the end with historic ruling in his favor OVER THIS FIGHT OF POWER. 
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