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Kejriwal govt goes into action after Supreme Court’s ruling; sidelines top official

The Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi received a significant reprieve on Thursday, as the Supreme Court ruled in their favor. In a recent development, the Supreme Court has unequivocally stated that the elected government and Chief Minister are the rightful authorities in charge of Delhi.

Following the court’s ruling, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal hailed it as a triumph for both the people and justice. The court’s decision is being viewed as a significant blow to both the central government and the governor. Following the court’s verdict, Arvind Kejriwal announced a significant administrative reshuffle in the state.

The Secretary of the Services Department has been removed from their post.

Following the announcement, the Delhi government has taken prompt action with regards to the services department. In a recent development, Saurabh Bhardwaj, the Minister of Services Department, has taken the decision to remove Ashish More from his position as Services Secretary of Delhi.

The decision made by the Delhi government is being touted as highly significant. In a recent development, the government has announced its decision to transfer officers from various departments in order to facilitate the appointment of officers of its preference to the vacant posts. Previously, the government was unable to act without the Lieutenant Governor’s approval.

In a major development, the Supreme Court has made a significant ruling.

In a recent development regarding the transfer-posting rights of officers in Delhi, the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the Delhi Government. The court has granted the Delhi Government the right to post and transfer officers, thus settling the ongoing dispute.

According to CJI Chandrachud, the federal structure would suffer a significant setback if the elected government is not granted the authority to manage the administration. It is expected that officers who are assigned to their duties should heed the instructions of the ministers.

Failure to achieve this would constitute a significant flaw in the system. It is imperative that the administrative system be under the purview of the elected government, according to sources.

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