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    The government of Aam Aadmi Party in New Delhi declares officers’ harassment complaints as false.

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    The Delhi government has accused Lieutenant Governor V K Saxena of playing ‘dirty politics’. They claimed that eight officers have complained about being harassed by the Aam Aadmi Party. However, the Delhi government believes that these complaints are ‘absolutely fake’. The complaints were made by officials posted in the Delhi government and the Municipal Corporation of Delhi. Five IAS officers are among those who have complained against the AAP government, including Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar and Power Secretary Shurbir Singh. The LG Office officials received two complaints earlier this year and six after May 11.

    Delhi BJP MP Parvesh Sahib Singh alleged that Arvind Kejriwal, the leader of the AAP, has a habit of calling officials to his house and abusing and threatening them. He also claimed that Kejriwal has become corrupt and is seeking support to cover up his corruption. Another BJP MP, Hansraj Hans, criticized Kejriwal’s behavior and sang a song from a Bollywood film to make his point.

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    The Delhi government believes that the LG is trying to distract people from the public uproar against the Central government’s direct attack on the judiciary by reversing a Supreme Court constitution bench order through an ordinance.

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