CM Kejriwal sent proposal to hold Delhi mayor election on February 22 to LG

Delhi MCD Mayor Election Getting a new mayor to Delhi is a very difficult task. CM Arvind Kejriwal has sent the proposal to hold elections on February 22 to the Lieutenant Governor. This is the fourth attempt to conduct Delhi Mayor elections. Earlier three attempts have failed.

CM Kejriwal sent proposal to hold Delhi mayor election on February 22 to LG

A proposal for a new date for the Delhi Mayor election has been sent. And it is expected that the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi will give his assent to this proposal. So the mayor's election in Delhi can be held on February 22. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has sent a proposal to hold elections on February 22 to Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena. The Aam Aadmi Party got a big relief from the Supreme Court on Friday. On the Delhi Mayor election, the Supreme Court has issued an order that notice should be issued within 24 hours for the first meeting for the election of the Mayor. The date of the mayoral election and other elections should be mentioned in the notice. Based on this, CM Kejriwal has sent a proposal to Delhi LG. The Supreme Court has also ordered that 10 councillors (aldermen) nominated by the governor will not be able to vote in the mayoral election.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that AAP and the people of Delhi have got a big victory in the Supreme Court in the case of Mayor elections. LG-BJP people were trying to make BJP P mayor in an unconstitutional way, which has been thwarted by the Supreme Court. I have sent a proposal to LG sir to conduct Mayor elections on 22 Feb.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal further said that I hope, soon the people of Delhi will get their new mayor. And the new mayor will be of their choice. The mandate for which the people of Delhi have voted, that dream will be fulfilled.

The election of the Mayor of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi has not been successful in three meetings. From the oath of councillors to the election of the mayor, deputy mayor and six members of the standing committee, it has to be done in a single meeting. As a rule, the election of the mayor and deputy mayor takes place in the first house after the body elections. But two and a half months have passed since the municipal elections. And Delhi is yet to get a major. The first meeting for the mayor was called on January 6, then the second meeting on January 24 and within a month the third meeting was called on February 6. But the elections had to be postponed due to the uproar among BJP and Aam Aadmi Party members in these meetings.

The Delhi MCD election result came on 7 December 2022 only. In the MCD elections, AAP won 134 seats and BJP won 104 seats. With this victory of AAP, 15 years of BJP's rule in Delhi MCD came to an end.