New Delhi: Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena has rejected the application of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to visit Singapore. Vote ball Kejriwal will no longer be able to travel to Singapore, as his file has been rejected. The Chief Minister of Delhi had to go to Singapore to attend a summit. On the LG’s rejection of the application, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that “I will definitely go to Singapore”. Kejriwal alleges that the central government is obstructing its approval. For this, Kejriwal had also written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently, in which the delay in approving the Yatra was wrog.
Delhi Lieutenant Governor V.K. Saxena rejected the proposal of the Delhi Chief Minister to visit Singapore, saying that it was not right for the Chief Minister to attend the conference. At the same time, Kejriwal alleged that permission was sought to travel to Singapore a month ago, but till now the central government has not approved this tour. At the same time, he said that I want to go there to illuminate the name of the country.
Let us tell you that this is not the first time there is a controversy regarding CM Kejriwal’s foreign travel. Earlier in 2019, Kejriwal had not got permission from the Ministry of External Affairs to visit Denmark. After this he addressed the summit held there virtually.
Chief Minister, MPs have to get approval from the Center for foreign tour
The Chief Minister, MP or public representative of any state has to take approval for this from the central government before traveling abroad. Whether the visit of these representatives is official or private. This is the reason that to participate in the summit, CM Kejriwal had sent a proposal to the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, who is the representative of the Central Government, for approval of his visit.