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GNCTD Bill 2021: In the national capital, Delhi now means Lt. Governor ..! Modi government took a big decision in the midst of Corona crisis, taking away all the rights from Kejriwal

Internet desk. The situation has worsened due to Corona in the national capital Delhi. On the other hand, continuous differences between the Center and the state government of Kejriwal are coming out. Meanwhile, taking a major decision in the coronary period, the Central Government has issued a notification to implement the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD) Act in Delhi. Under this bill, all rights have been taken away from the Government of Delhi and given to the Lieutenant Governor. That means the Lt. Governor is the only government in Delhi.

The Central Government comes into force on 27 April 2021 as the date of the coming into force of the provisions of the National Capital Territory of Delhi Government (Amendment) Act, 2021: Ministry of Home Affairs – ANI (@ANI) April 28, 2021

According to the ANI news agency, the notification issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs states that the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Act, 2021 is notified with effect from 27 April. Now in Delhi, the meaning of the government is the Lieutenant Governor. Anil Baijal is currently posted as Lieutenant Governor in Delhi.

What is GNCTD Bill?

The National Capital Territory Amendment Bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha on March 15 after a confrontation between the Kejriwal government and the central government of Delhi, while it was also passed by the Rajya Sabha on March 25. The Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD) Bill called for strengthening the role of Lieutenant Governor. According to this bill, the Delhi government will now have to take the approval of the Lieutenant Governor before taking any decision.


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