New Delhi: Kejriwal requested the Prime Minister to help get pollution review meetings restarted, among other things in a letter on Thursday.
With his pleas to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal falling on deaf ears despite being on a sit-in for the fourth consecutive day, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has now turned to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to help end the deadlock between the Delhi government and the bureaucracy.
“For the last three months, Delhi’s IAS officers have been on strike. They have stopped coming to meetings called by ministers. Because of this, the work of the Delhi Government has been affected adversely. Delhi’s IAS officers are under the control of the LG and the Centre. Their transfer, suspension etc. are all in the hands of the Centre and the LG. That is why Delhi Government has been unable to end this strike,” Kejriwal wrote to the Prime Minister.