The Delhi high court had allowed Delhi MLA Kapil Mishra to file a petition against CM Arvind Kejriwal. Kapil Mishra in his petition alleged that that CM Arvind Kejriwal has less than 10% attendance in the Assembly. The HC is likely to hear the petition on Tuesday.
Mishra said, “The CM’s attendance is less than 10% in Assembly and he missed special sessions for full statehood and sealing. He was there for just two hours. It is an insult to the votes people of Delhi gave to us. If he isn’t attending the Assembly, his salary should be cut.”
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