Kapil Mishra, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA, on Monday, filed a petition in Delhi High Court (HC) against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, for his 10 % attendance in Delhi assembly.
AAP MLA moved HC on June 11 and his plea against chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s low attendance was immediately accepted and HC is likely to hear the petition on June 12.
While commenting on CM’s absence Mishra said, “This showed how serious the CM was in discussing matters related to the people of Delhi and their development and performing duties expected of him.”
He also said, “CM needed to inform the people how well he performed against indicators like attendance in the assembly, the number of questions he replied, and his understanding and appreciation of different policies and laws that he made.”
MLA Mishra also sought an annual performance report from the AAP convener and directions to the LG and the speaker to ensure the presence of Kejriwal.
However, AAP-led Delhi government spokesperson refused to comment on the same.