AAP’s sit-in protest, party to hold candle march at Rajpath, Kejriwal writes to Modi to ask to end IAS strike

Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi spends three nights consequently at the Raj Niwas with his Cabinet colleagues. On Wednesday, Manish Sisodia, deputy chief minister, launched a hunger strike with the support of hundred AAP leaders and workers. They all walk towards the lieutenant governor's house to claim justice.

On Thursday, Kejriwal wrote to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking him to look into the crisis going on in Delhi. He pointed directly to the IAS strike that has resulted in the hindrance in the Delhi governance office. He requested the PM to take some action soon.

Yashwant Sinha, former Union finance minister, in April resigned from the BJP party also joined the march with the others. He said that no one is taking any action even after the request made by the CM himself. If Vajpayee was still PM then the matters might be different. And with this orders, the CM and Union home minister might have sorted the matter soon.

On Thursday, APP is planning a candlelight march at Rajpath that was used to warm the PM at his residence on Sunday. The last three days for Gopal Rai, Satyendra Jain, Sisodia and Kejriwal have been hectic as they have camped outside the Raj Niwas demanding to fulfil their request.

The main aim of APP is to convince IAS officer to end the strike and take strict actions against the IAS officers that have ignored into work for the last four months. However, Singh has claimed that if the strike ends and officers resume their work, then APP will appeal CM Kejriwal and his associated to end up the sit-in in L-G office.

There is strict security followed outside of the Raj Niwas since Monday evening that is spread out in 2 km radius of the location. On Wednesday, Rajiv Gauba, the union home secretary met L-G. However, no details are out yet.

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