After the major setback of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on who will rule the National Capital of India, now the Supreme Court denies to hear a suit registered by the Arvind Kejriwal government seeking clarity on the ratio of power between his Cabinet and the NDA government in the administration of Delhi.
Even, the apex court asked the AAP government to first challenge Delhi High Court Thursday’s judgment. The verdict has effectively shrivel Kejriwal Cabinet’s administrative girth and confirmed Lt-Governor Najeeb Jung’s pre-eminence in administering the Capital.
The tenor of the hearing before a Bench of Justices A.K. Sikri and N.V. Ramana on Friday conveyed the court’s scepticism about the multiple litigation resorted to by the Delhi government in the High Court and its repeated forays to the Supreme Court over the past months.
Appearing for the Delhi government, senior advocate Indira Jaising assured the Bench, “Please record that our special leave petition against the Delhi High Court will be filed this week itself. You can record it.”
On Thursday, the High Court said that the , (LG) is not bound by the aid and advice of the Arvind Kejriwal government’s council of ministers .