Governor of Uttarakhand of India Aziz Qureshi refused to step down from his post. As well, he filed in Supreme Court challenging the decision of BJP led Modi’s government. On Thursday, Supreme Court gave notice to centre in accordance with the application. They were asked to answer the notice within next six weeks.
Aziz Qureshi says in his petition that, it is illegal to pressurise to resign someone who is sitting in a constitutional post. He said it is shameful for the post call for the resignation of the central home secretary.
Highlighting the 156 (1) article of constitution Aziz Qureshi said, it depends on the president who will be the government. He remains in his post by keeping the faith of the president. Only president can tell him for resignation. Continue reading
In the second cabinet meeting, Narendra Modi gave priority to 10 works. They should give priority to good governance, delivering faster service to people and implementation of the plans that are based on time.
BJP led NDA alliance state’s newly elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi to set his next 100 days working agenda in his second cabinet meeting on 29th May. The program aims to create a roadmap to work in full swing, he said, the main theme will efficient administration, quick delivery of implementation to the people, etc. He thinks development of states is one of the most important parts of overall progress of the country. The issues brought before the government by the State government and MPs will be considered with priority. After the meeting, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaya Naidu told reporters about that. Continue reading