NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today met Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung, who out of the blue offered his resignation+ yesterday. At the point when gotten some information about the meeting, he basically said he'd been 'welcomed for breakfast.'
Kejriwal met Jung at his habitation, Raj Niwas, a day after he communicated shock at the Lt Governor's choice, and wished him well.
In spite of the fact that Jung didn't state yesterday why he'd surrendered, Kejriwal said after today's meeting that the Lt Governor's reasons were " individual."
Manish Sisodia, Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister, additionally met Jung. He said Jung let him know that he has needed to leave for some time to invest more energy with his family, however couldn't in light of issues like the late chikungunya emergency.
Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party government and Jung have been included in a tussle over regulatory primacy+ in the national capital since the gathering was voted to control in 2015.
Delhi doesn't have full statehood. Since it's the capital, the Union Home Ministry has ward over a few zones, for example, land and police, and it's the Lieutenant Governor who's responsible for organization.
The Lt Governor has turned around measures actualized by the Delhi government on grounds that it didn't have the power to do as such. Kejriwal has since quite a while ago claimed that the Center, through Jung, has been keeping his administration from doing any work.
He and his clergymen have over and over pointed out the circles of government under which his administration has next to zero control.