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    Delhi Government Prevails in Supreme Court Ruling on Controlling Bureaucracy in Delhi

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    The Supreme Court has made a ruling on who controls the bureaucracy in Delhi. They have decided that the Delhi administration should be in charge of providing services, with a few exceptions. The court disagreed with Justice Bhushan’s decision that the Delhi government has no control over services.

    During the hearing, a five-judge Constitution Bench questioned the need for an elected government in Delhi. The conflict arose after the Centre claimed that they should administer Union Territories. In February 2019, a two-judge court panel issued a split decision on the authority of the Delhi government and the centre. This was then taken up by a three-judge bench, who submitted it to a constitution bench in May 2022.

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    The Supreme Court is still reading out their ruling, but it looks like they are in favour of the Delhi administration controlling bureaucracy in the National Capital.

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