No president rule in delhi!

Delhi election  : नई दिल्ली। दिल्ली विधान सभा चुनाव में में स्पष्ट जनादेश नहीं मिलने के बाद से यह कयास लगाए जा रहे थे कि दिल्ली में राष्ट्रपति शासन लगाया जा सकता है या दोबारा चुनाव हो सकते हैं। लेकिन अब इन कयासों पर विराम लग गए हैं। गृह मंत्रालय के सूत्रों से यह पता चला है कि फिलहाल दिल्ली में राष्ट्रपति शासन नहीं लगेगा और सबसे बड़ी पार्टी भाजपा को सरकार बनाने के लिए बुलाया जाएगा। अगर वे सरकार बनाने से इन्कार करते हैं तो उसके बाद दूसरी सबसे बड़ी पार्टी ‘आप’ सरकार बनाने के लिए आमंत्रित किया जाएगा।

गौरतलब है कि दिल्ली की 70 सदस्यीय विधानसभा में बहुमत के लिए 36 सीटें चाहिए। सबसे बड़े दल के रूप में उभरे भाजपा ने शिरोमणि अकाली दल के साथ मिलकर कुल 32 सीटें जीती हैं। उसे बहुमत के लिए चार और सीटों की दरकार है। आम आदमी पार्टी के पास 28 सीटें हैं, उसे बहुमत के लिए आठ सीटें चाहिए। आठ सीटें जीतने वाली कांग्रेस यदि आम आदमी पार्टी को समर्थन दे दे, तो अरविंद केजरीवाल की अगुवाई में नई सरकार बन सकती है। वहीं केजरीवाल ने साफ कर दिया है कि वह विपक्ष में बैठेंगे। जाहिर तौर पर सरकार गठन को लेकर मामला अभी उलझा हुआ है।

संविधान विशेषज्ञ सुभाष कश्यप का मानना है कि परंपरा के अनुसार उपराज्यपाल को सबसे बड़े दल के रूप में सामने आई भाजपा को सरकार बनाने का निमंत्रण देना चाहिए। यदि पार्टी सरकार बनाने को तैयार होती है, तो उसे सदन में विश्वास मत हासिल करने का मौका दिया जाना चाहिए। यदि भाजपा सरकार बनाने से इन्कार करती है, तो दूसरे सबसे बड़े दल आम आदमी पार्टी को उपराज्यपाल सरकार बनाने के लिए कह सकते हैं। कश्यप ने कहा कि उपराज्यपाल सदन को यह संदेश भी दे सकते हैं कि वह अपने नेता का चयन करे, लेकिन सदन का नेता तभी चुना जा सकता है जब किसी दल को स्पष्ट बहुमत हासिल हो। उन्होंने कहा कि यदि कोई भी दल सरकार बनाने की स्थिति में नहीं हुआ तो उपराज्यपाल राष्ट्रपति शासन लगाए जाने की सिफारिश कर सकते हैं।

Source-  Hindi News

पढ़ें: घमासान जारी: फैसले पर डटी आप, किरण बेदी का प्रस्ताव भी नकारा

पढ़ें: आप के लिए आम ने किया खास योगदान

2 thoughts on “No president rule in delhi!

  1. No Option ?

    Arvind Kejriwal is left with no option but to form the government in Delhi

    By agreeing with almost all the conditions stipulated by him , Congress has left him with no excuse , not to form a government

    Although it is difficult to say what motivated Congress to accept AAP’s conditions , here is my guess :

    > As in the case of ” Tainted MPs ” ordinance , Rahul Gandhi forced the
    issue , because he too , genuinely believes in decentralization of

    > By hook or by crook , Congress wants to keep BJP out of power in Delhi

    > Congress may have realized that in case of a re-poll , it would end up
    losing even its current 8 seats . A terrible omen for 2014 elections !

    > In any case , on most of the issues raised by AAP , there is a lot of
    commonality in the poll manifestos of Congress and AAP

    Not accepting AAP’s conditions would be tantamount to saying ,

    ” But our poll promises hold good only if we are voted to power ” !

    > In view of the 2014 national elections , Congress wants AAP to remain
    pre-occupied with governance of Delhi , effectively putting a brake on its
    national ambitions

    > By agreeing , Congress wants to divert the attention of the people from
    its murky past and let them focus on the re-invented image of ,
    ” Congress – the Reformer ”

    > If , with its backing , AAP succeeds in delivering good governance in the
    next 6 months , Congress can share the credit of being , ” Pro Poor
    People ”

    That would enable Congress to tell 760 million voters ,

    ” We can deliver good governance nation-wide, if you vote for us ”

    At this point of time , trying to figure out the motives of Congress is irrelevant

    It is entirely possible that , on the condition of strong Lok Ayukt in Delhi , counter-condition of Congress , could be a trap for AAP to walk in !

    But knowing that fully , AAP must take the risk !

    When he went to attend the second Round Table Conference in London ( 1931 ) , Mahatma Gandhi realized that it was going to be a failure

    He was acutely aware of the trap laid by the British

    But he saw that the hopes of millions of Indians fighting his non-violent movement , were riding on his trip

    So he went

    My uncle , poet Meghani sent following poem to Mahatma :

    ” Even as you know the futility of your mission ,
    O Bapu ,
    Drink this last cup of hemlock ( poison ),
    You ,
    Who have drank oceans of poison
    Served by the British ,
    Do not throw away this spoonful ”

    Poor people of Delhi are saying something similar to Arvind , today !

    * hemen parekh ( 17 Dec 2013 / Mumbai )

  2. Wanted : A Chief Minister

    Instead of trying to woo / cajole / persuade , suitable candidates , Delhi Lieutenant Governor Jung may want to try the conventional method of filling government vacancies , by releasing following advertisement in leading national newspapers :


    > Vacancy : Chief Minister – Delhi

    > Company : State Government of Delhi

    > Business : Delivering good governance to citizens of Delhi

    > Posting : Delhi


    > Age ( Max ) : 45 years ( relaxable in case of SC / ST / OBC )

    > Edu Qualification : Any graduate other than a Medical Doctor
    ( Engineers from IITs preferred )

    > Experience : Prior experience in running a Government , would
    be a ” distinct disadvantage ”

    First time MLAs preferred


    > Responsibility : – To get rid of corruption among Govt Employees

    – To fulfill poll – promises

    > Eligibility : Preferably a bachelor with no brothers / sisters /
    uncles / cousins etc

    Must not hold shares in any company

    Assets of less than Rs 2 Crores

    > Skills Required : Participative style of Management

    Ability to delegate ( no abdicating of responsibility )

    Reward performance of colleagues

    Zero tolerance for non-performers (merciless )


    > Career Growth : Outstanding achievers can look forward to staking
    their claim for PM position in 2014


    > Salary : Rs 10,000 – 400 – 12,000 ( Pre-revised )

    > Perks : House + Car ( temporarily suspended till money
    becomes available – till then , occupy own flat
    and drive own bicycle , for which loan will be
    given on low interest )

    > Probation Period : 5 years from swearing-in

    LAST DATE TO APPLY : X-Mas Day 2013

    Suitable candidates should attach supporting documents , such as Support Letters from other political parties .
    Support must be unconditional
    Selected candidates will have to pass a written test of Confidence Vote

    SEND TO : Lt Governor Jung , Raj Bhavan , New Delhi


    * hemen parekh ( 18 Dec 2013 / Mumbai )

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