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Puducherry CM stages protest against Kiran Bedi

PUDUCHERRY: Puducherry chief minister V Narayanasamy took a leaf from the books of Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee and staged a protest in entrance of Raj Nivas, the professional place of dwelling of lieutenant governor Kiran Bedi, to condemn stalling of welfare and building schemes of the elected government through her.
All his 5 cupboard colleagues and Congress and DMK MLAs joined the protest.

Narayanasamy, sporting black blouse and black dhoti to sign up his protest symbolically, stated the non violent agitation used to be towards Bedi for interfering in the day after day affairs of the elected government.

He accused Bedi of forestalling the elected government in executing various welfare measures such as providing free rice and Pongal bonus to all ration cardholders and policy schemes of extending grant-in-aid to the companies, societies and government-aided personal faculties to disburse salary and pension to the workforce members and retired employees.

Narayanasamy stated he had written to Bedi urging her to fulfil the 39-charter demand of the federal government. He added that he decided to guide a calm agitation in entrance of Raj Nivas as he had no longer got any reaction from the lieutenant governor.

He used to be additionally highly essential of Bedi for her move to implement the helmet rule through drive in the Union territory. He had insisted that the director normal of police implement the helmet rule in a phased way and after enlightening the general public on some great benefits of wearing a helmet.

Earlier in the day, Bedi, after visiting the district rural building agency, told newshounds that the breaking of helmets through the AIADMK legislators to sign up their protest on compulsory helmet rule would draw in contempt of court complaints. Bedi on Tuesday stated she had written to the Union government to direct the Puducherry chief minister to not hinder the enforcement of the legislation.

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