New Delhi: Delhi police stop AAM workers who are protesting at PM Residency. Meanwhile of protest by advice of Delhi police, Delhi Metro closed the entry and exit of 5 metro staion namely Central Secretariat, Patel Chowk, Udyog Bhawan, Janpath and Lok Kalyan Marg in order to stop the protester to reachat protest place.
“No entry and exit at Lok Kalyan Marg from 12 noon onward till further direction,” said a senior DMRC official. And four metro station (Patel Chowk, Central Secretariat, Udyog Bhawan and Janpath) will be closed 2 pm ownward till further direction. Further he said that, interchange between yellow and violet line will remain open.
AAP workers march from Mandi House to Prime Ministers residence in support of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwals dharna at LGs office, in New Delhi on Sunday. @AamAadmiParty @SanjayAzadSln @ArvindKejriwal #AapProtest pic.twitter.com/kxUD1ydD00
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Meanwhile of protest Deputy Police Commissioner Madhur Verma: Protester cannot go any further distance to ANI (Asian News International).We have deployed specially trained people, and we hope protester will cooperate with us.
On 17 June AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) protester marching to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s house.
From last one week, 11 June Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal and three of his cabinet Minister (Manish Sisodia, Satendra Jain, Gopal Rai.) protesting at Raj Niwas, the official residence of Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal. To take all the necessary step to end the “strike” which are affecting the official work of Delhi Government are carried out by IAS officer and they also mention officers who do not return to work need to proceed, ESMA may be revoked in necessary case.
“The information that IAS officer are not cooperating with Delhi Government are totally baseless. All our members are attending meetings and working on time even on some holidays we have done office work”, said Manisha Saxena an IAS association member addressing a Press Conference.
Manisha Saxena who is an IAS association member addressing a Press Conference said that, “the information that IAS officer are not cooperating with Delhi Government are totally baseless. All our members are attending meetings and working on time even on some holidays we have done office work.”