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Sole motive, political gain…LG attacks AAP government on water crisis in Delhi

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Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena

Amid the water crisis in Delhi, the tussle continues between the Common Man government and Delhi LG Vinay Kumar Saxena. Delhi Water Minister Atishi has been on an indefinite fast since Friday. They allege that the Haryana government is not agreeing to provide the required amount of water. Due to which the situation of water crisis has arisen. Amid water minister Atishi’s allegations, Delhi Lt. Governor Vinay Kumar Saxena on Saturday hit out at the Aam Aadmi Party-led government, accusing its ministers of turning the water crisis into an opportunity to blame neighboring states.

In a statement issued by the Delhi LG, he said that the sharp speeches of GNCTD ministers in the last few weeks have been disturbing and questionable at various levels. Delhi’s political leaders have turned the crisis into an opportunity to blame neighboring states with the sole aim of gaining political leverage.

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LG slams AAP government for water crisis

Pointing out that the capital is dependent on drinking water supply from the neighboring states of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana, Saxena said the inter-state water sharing arrangements are determined by institutional mechanisms created by the Ministry of Jal Shakti, Government of India, which is regulated. The country has repeatedly been upheld by the Supreme Court.

The LG’s statement said that it is mandatory for states to release water as per the agreements entered into under this framework. Also, the Delhi government is bound to ensure that the people of Delhi have access to water.

He wrote that instead of trying to resolve the issue amicably and cooperatively, the AAP government once again played a crooked political game by accusing Haryana of not releasing water to the media on June 22, two days before the Lok Sabha elections in Delhi. played

The LG’s statement came amid Atishi’s fast

He said it was clearly intended to bias voters, while the Haryana and Delhi Jal Boards themselves repeat day after day that all treatment plants are producing water beyond their installed capacity, the AAP government said on June 30. Supreme Court against Haryana, but the court again rejected it, advising it to seek Haryana’s help.

Instead of abusing, blaming and running away through social media and press conferences, the AAP government should go to the drawing board and rethink its model of governance, he said. The lack of seriousness in governance is alarming. As the constitutional head of Delhi, I feel saddened by the approach of the AAP government on almost every issue related to governance and delivery of services to the people of Delhi.

The Delhi LG’s statement comes amid heated arguments between the Delhi and Haryana governments over the severe water crisis in the capital. Delhi Water Resources Minister Atishi has been on an indefinite fast since Friday, alleging that the Haryana government is not agreeing to release the required amount of water.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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