Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today wrote a fresh letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, seeking his intervention to end the IAS officers' "strike" even as he hit out at his detractors, saying the sit-in was "not for personal gains" but for greater good of the people of Delhi.
Kejriwal, in a video message today on the fifth day of the sit-in, he and his ministers are holding at the L-G office here, also attacked the BJP, alleging the bureaucrats' strike was to "throw roadblocks" in the working of the AAP government.
"I have told the LG and (deputy chief minister) Manish Sisodia wrote a letter to him (Anil Baijal) yesterday and even sent a message on WhatsApp. But, no response from his side. We got no response to the letter I wrote to the PM. So, today again I wrote to the prime minister," he said.
The latest letter by Kejriwal was in response to an invite to attend a meeting of NITI Aayog on Sunday.
"I have asked the PM, if in his meetings officers don't show up, will he be able to run the government …
Source: Protest News
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