Kejriwal goes offensive, shortlists 39 Unwanted IAS Officers

New Delhi, May 23: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has prepared a list of 39 IAS officers, calling them unwanted and not to fit for work. This will spark protests from the IAS association.

The move came after the Centre in a notification made it clear that Delhi Lieutenant-Governor has absolute power in the matters such as public order, law and order and land. Reacting to the notification, Kejriwal slammed the Modi government before media. 

This time he locked his horn with the Centre to show his arrogance and win the battle on the basis of argument.

He will forward the shortlisted IAS officers list to the Union Home Ministry.

Regarding the notification, the AAP chief may challenge it in the Supreme Court.