The House has met twice in this month, but the election of the mayor could not be held. Both times it was postponed due to uproar. Even in the meeting held two days ago, the pro tem speaker has postponed the next meeting indefinitely.
AAP’s mayoral candidate Shelly Oberoi has filed a petition in the Supreme Court for holding mayoral elections.
The matter of Delhi’s mayor election has now reached the Supreme Court. Aam Aadmi Party mayoral candidate Shelly Oberoi The top court has filed a petition demanding the election of the Mayor to be held within a certain time. The court can hear the matter on Friday.
In fact, the Aam Aadmi Party has had to take this step because of the continuous delay in the election of the Mayor. Till now it was a tradition that the mayor was elected in the first meeting of the Corporation House, the meeting of the house has been held twice in this month, but the election of the mayor could not be held. Both times it was postponed due to uproar. Even in the meeting held two days ago, the pro tem speaker has postponed the next meeting indefinitely. Let us tell you that the election of Delhi MCD was held on 4th December, the result was announced on 7th December.
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Why is the screw stuck?
After the Delhi MCD election results, till now the mayor’s election has been held in the first meeting itself, but this time there was an uproar in the house. In fact, in the first session of the House, Protem Speaker Satya Sharma called 10 nominated members for oath before the elected members. AAP leader Mukesh Yadav objected to this and then all the AAP councilors started a ruckus.
Seeing the increasing uproar, the pro tem speaker gave the next date as January 24. In the second meeting, the nominated members and elected members were sworn in, but before the election of Mayor and Deputy Mayor, once again AAP and BJP councilors came face to face and the pro tem speaker adjourned the house indefinitely. Now constitutionally the crisis is that the oath taking of councilors has been done in the House, but the election of mayor-deputy mayor has not been held yet.
Question on nomination of councilors
The first reason for the uproar in the MCD is the question on the process of nomination of councillors, in fact the Delhi government alleges that the LG has nominated BJP workers as councillors, while till now the councilors were nominated on the recommendation of the Delhi government. Is. Apart from this, you have also raised questions on the nomination of a Congress councilor to become the chairman of the Haj Committee. The appointment of the presiding officer in the House by the LG is also believed to be the reason for the controversy.
they have the right to vote
274 people will be able to vote in Delhi MCD elections. In this, 250 elected councilors, seven Lok Sabha and three Rajya Sabha MPs and 14 MLAs nominated by the Legislative Assembly will vote. 13 MLAs of the Aam Aadmi Party and 1 of the BJP have been nominated by the Delhi Assembly Speaker for the elections. Councilor Shaili Obera of East Patel Nagar ward has been nominated for the women’s reserved seat, Ashu Thakur of Chittaranjan Park ward is the backup candidate. The BJP has nominated Rekha Gupta, councilor of Shalimar Bagh ward.
AAP has the upper hand, BJP claims we will win
In the elections held on 250 seats of Delhi MCD, Aam Aadmi Party defeated BJP by winning maximum 134 seats. In the elections, BJP had won 104 seats and Congress had captured 9 seats. 3 seats went to the account of others. The Aam Aadmi Party’s upper hand in the mayoral election is visible, although BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri has claimed that we had lost the MCD election, but will win the mayoral election.
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