Puducherry CM continues dharna against L-G Bedi

PUDUCHERRY: Puducherry leader minister V Narayanasamy, his cabinet colleagues, Congress and DMK legislators and representatives of the Congress allies persevered their agitation for the second day on Thursday in opposition to lieutenant governor Kiran Bedi accusing her of acting in opposition to the Constitution bypassing the elected govt.

A sizable choice of protesting leaders, including Narayanasamy, stayed the entire night on Wednesday on the protest venue in entrance of Raj Nivas, the authentic place of dwelling of lieutenant governor, and slept at the roadside. On Thursday morning, Narayanasamy went for the routine walk and resumed the agitation after visiting his chamber at the nearby legislative meeting premises.

The leader minister submitted a letter to Bedi on February 7 urging her to fulfil the 36-charter call for of the elected govt. He condemned Bedi for interfering with the daily affairs of the elected govt and stalling welfare and construction schemes.

Bedi, in a letter addressed to the chief minister on Wednesday night, invited him to the Raj Nivas for a detailed discussion at 10am on February 21. She regretted that the chief minister, as an alternative of waiting for her reaction to his letter, got here to the Raj Nivas not easy a answer in an illegal manner. “This manner is extraordinary from a person of your position,” she said.

However, Narayanasamy declined Bedi’s invitation. Replying to her letter, the chief minister said he and his cabinet colleagues would no longer relent till “an enduring resolution is found to the issues” he raised in his February 7 letter.

Narayanasamy and others staging a protest outdoor Raj Nivas on Thursday night

“The recordsdata related to the issues raised via me need to be recalled via you (which has been your routine observe in this day and age) instantly, and justice will likely be rendered to the aggrieved other folks of Puducherry,” he said.

He maintained that till then he and his colleagues would proceed the protest.

“We will not be cowed down via any roughly autocratic threats,” he said, urging Bedi to change her style of daily governance.

Meanwhile, 4 firms of fast action force from Tirunelveli and Avadi in Tamil Nadu and Nagari from Andhra Pradesh reached Puducherry to assist the native police in keeping up the regulation and order state of affairs here. The firms had been posted on the Raj Nivas to support safety.

Bedi left for Chennai to participate in a non-public function on Thursday morning. She would leave for New Delhi to attend a chain of private and non-private purposes and could be again in Puducherry on February 20, said a Raj Nivas source.

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