Delhi sealing drive issue: All-party delegation to meet monitoring committee appointed by Supreme Court

A delegation comprising of leaders from all the parties will be meeting a monitoring committee appointed by the Supreme Court to talk over the ongoing sealing drive in the national capital. The decision was taken in an all-party meeting at chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence.

Delhi Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia informed the media about the decision that was taken in the all-party meeting.

“In today’s meeting, it was decided that the all-party delegation will meet the monitoring committee to find a solution to the sealing issue,” said Sisodia.

The aim of the meeting will be to come up with a solution for problems created by the ongoing sealing drive.

The meeting was attended by three Delhi Congress members and DPCC chief Ajay Maken. However, No leader from the BJP attended the meeting. Health Minister Satyendar Jain, Development Minister Gopal Rai, AAP leader Sanjay Singh and MLA Somnath Bharti also attended the meeting.

Sisodia said that Ajay Maken has assured that Congress MPs will bring up the sealing drive matter in the parliament. AAP MPs too promised the same. He criticised BJP saying the party intends to bring in foreign direct investments in the retail market and hence did not attended the meeting which is unfortunate.

“The BJP has the government at the Centre. They want to finish off traders so as to bring in FDI,” said Sisodia adding that BJP could immediately resolve the issue if it wanted to.

The sealing drive was ordered by a monitoring-committee appointed by Supreme Court to shut down illegal establishments in the national capital. 

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