Delhi Is Not Going Change Politically Even After 2020
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On 11 February, the mandate of
Delhi Assembly Election 2020 will come out and all media channels and outlets will be focused only on the immediate situation, but what will be the scenario after the result?
The truth is that in the constitution of the country, the place of Delhi is of a semi-state, so democracy cannot be fully established here.
Today, whether the Aam Aadmi Party regains power or the Bharatiya Janata Party passes the 2-decade exile, it regains power, but the people of Delhi are not going to get the entire government. For this, the current CM Arvind Kejriwal has already been defeated because the Supreme Court had set its stamp on maintaining the status quo.
Are you also a resident of Delhi? So tell me your Delhi is the capital of the country or is it a state too? If there is a state, what is its own capital? Why can't the police come under the state government? You vote for yourself, but the government does not have the right to do everything for you!
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Issues ranged from Bhagwanji to Shaheen Bagh's propagandist protest in this time's election, but the people who are always talking about the Constitution do not remember a section from this Constitution. The Constitution (Sixty-ninth Amendment) Act, 1991, formulated the Union Territory of Delhi formally known as the National Capital Territory of Delhi.
A system was introduced under which the elected government was given broad powers except for law and order, which remained with the central government. Now law and order is the main issue for any state government, but when it does not have the right, how it will be able to ensure security for the public.
We also have to keep in mind that this issue cannot be overstated in the coming times because the unjust existence of Delhi will erupt like a volcano again, whether a common man understands it or not and whether or not an Indian party takes cognizance of this. Nothing is going to change in Delhi.
We are set to lose politically as well as democratically as all the parties are focusing their own agendas and old shitty blame game which is not going to give anything concrete and above a pathway towards 'New India' democratic development mission. I personally feel sad for the general population of Delhi which is going to be in a fix again for the next 5 years.