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Delhi L-G returns over 45 files to Arvind Kejriwal over no signature

Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena of Delhi signals a violation by CM Arvind Kejriwal and states that he has returned files without signature.

Delhi LG VK Saxena returns more than 45 files to CM Arvind Kejriwal without signature. (FILE/PTI)


  • Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena has sent a letter to the CM noting a new violation of established procedures.
  • CM Arvind Kejriwal has sent files back to LG’s office without his signature.
  • Reports suggest that the LG secretariat has returned more than 45 files to the Delhi CM.

In a fresh blow to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena has written to the CM with another breach of set procedures. At the latest, the Delhi CM was advised to send and return any files or paperwork to LG Saxena without any signature or signature on it.

Reports suggest that the LG secretariat sent more than 45 files back to the Delhi CM because they did not bear his signature. In fact, the files were instead signed by the staff of the Chief Minister’s Office. According to news agency ANI, these files contain paperwork related to, among other things, the education department of the national capital and the Waqf Board.

Which amounts to violating rules, as prescribed by the LG, the prime minister was asked to sign every dossier in the interest of smooth and effective governance. He has also asked the Chief Minister to implement the e-office system, which is common in most government offices, to enable seamless file transfer.

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In which categorically underscores the approach to work of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, he has sent files for consideration, opinion and approval of the LG Saxena without putting his signature on them. Experts have said Kejriwal’s stance is in stark contrast to the past when such files were duly signed by prime ministers between 1993 and 2013.

These files, often marked by his LG Secretariat NCOs, contain notes that read “CM has seen and approved” and “CM has seen”. Critics have said this is a gross disregard and violation of established procedures, rules and regulations that outline the requirement of the CM’s signature.

Such files, apart from the administration and administration of the national capital, contain very sensitive matters.

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