Sealing issue: Kejriwal holds all-party meeting to find solution


Sealing issue: Kejriwal holds all-party meeting to find solution

Delhi Police had last week told a court that during interrogation, Jain disclosed that AAP MLAs Prakash Jarwal and Amanatullah Khan surrounded the chief secretary and saw them assaulting him at Kejriwal's residence. However, he said that the BJP would be invited to be a part of the all-party delegation.

An all-party meeting to discuss the sealing drive in the capital will take place at Arvind Kejriwal's residence on Tuesday.

Sisodia also said that the BJP does not want to find a solution to the sealing drive.

"Mr Sisodia said the BJP could resolve the issue immediately if it wanted to".

To protest against the ongoing sealing drive by the municipal corporations in the national capital, the traders in Delhi have made a decision to observe a "trade bandh" on Tuesday.

"Stop the drama of allegations and counter-allegations over sealing in Delhi".

Apart from the decision that the AAP and the Congress MPs will raise the issue in Parliament, Mr. Sisodia said that Mr. Maken had given good suggestions, including asking the government to move the Supreme Court and meeting the monitoring committee.

The Congress leader added that the Master Plan for Delhi-2021 had provisions to protect commercial units from sealing and that the government should submit this to the apex court and the monitoring committee.

Khandelwal said it would hold a "vyapaari panchayat" in Karol Bagh in which thousands of traders are expected to participate. He also suggested that both the parties should work together to find a solution.

Meanwhile, the protesting traders called the all-party meeting convened by Kejriwal a "political stunt" and they adopted a resolution to demand that the Kejriwal government pass a bill in the assembly to put an end to the drive.

The sealing drive in the national capital has hit the traders, who have been agitating against it.

The Municipal Corporations have undertaken the sealing drive following directions of the Supreme Court appointed committee past year.