Kejriwal has no information about Constitution: Swamy

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Mumbai (Maharashtra), June 16: Training firearms at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over the progressing debate encompassing the arrangement of 21 AAP MLAs as Parliament Secretaries, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) pioneer Subramanian Swamy on Wednesday said that the previous has no learning of the Indian Constitution and concocts some show or the other to conceal his disappointments.

Swamy told ANI the AAP has done an unlawful thing, including Kejriwal doesn’t put stock in tenets or the Constitution.

“Since he is not ready to represent the national capital, he keeps on thinking of some dramatization or the other. Be that as it may, now he has been uncovered. The BJP delegated a Parliamentary Secretary tailing all the principles not at all like the AAP,” said Swamy.

“There is a standard that you need to send a solicitation through the LG, however he straightforwardly drew closer the President. No principles were trailed by him,” he included.

Kejriwal not long ago charged that the Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) were receiving twofold models on the issue encompassing arrangement of the Parliamentary Secretaries.

The Delhi Government Bill to prohibit the post of Parliamentary Secretary from the workplace of benefit has been declined consent by the President, bringing up issues over the destiny of 21 AAP MLAs, who have been named to the posts.

The AAP Government had looked for an alteration to the Delhi Members of Legislative Assembly (Removal of Disqualification) Act, 1997 through which it had looked for “review” exclusion for the parliamentary secretaries from preclusion procurements.

Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung sent the Bill to the Center, which thus was sent to the President with remarks.