Delhi government’s door step delivery brake again, central government did not approve

Delhi government says that it is a case of complicity between BJP and ration mafia.

The central government has recently refused to allow the Delhi government to implement the door-to-door ration distribution scheme despite the High Court order.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)-led Delhi government has alleged that it is a nexus between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the ration mafia that the central government has banned doorstep delivery of ration.

At the same time, in this matter, BJP says that neither the party nor the Center has any problem with the Delhi government’s plan. Provided that the Delhi government will have to make arrangements for ration itself.

Let us tell you that the Delhi government got permission from the High Court on October 1 for door-to-door delivery of ration. The High Court had asked the Delhi government to provide the ration card details of those people who opt for home delivery under this scheme.

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After this, the Aam Aadmi Party government sent the file of the doorstep ration distribution plan to Lt Governor Anil Baijal for his approval. This was the third time that the Arvind Kejriwal government had sent a file for approval for this plan of the LG, which was not approved. AAP has accused the central government of sending a letter to the Food and Supplies Department asking it not to pursue the scheme.

On the other hand, AAP spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj said that the BJP-led central government has banned the Delhi government’s doorstep delivery of the ration scheme despite the clear orders of the High Court. Is this not contempt of court? The Aam Aadmi Party says that this scheme of the Delhi government will stop the theft of ration of the poor and the atrocities being committed on them. With this, the ration mafia will end.

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