Telangana chief minister Chandrasekhara Rao has urged the Center to withdraw the Ordinance related to the devolution of the Union Territory of Delhi.

Delhi chief minister arvind kejriwal had filed a case in the supreme court challenging the Union home Ministry's jurisdiction over the Union Territory of New Delhi's police department, service department and land. The supreme court, which recently issued an order in this case, ordered that the Union Territory Government, elected by the people, has other powers that are excluded by the law. At the same time, it also said that a separate law can be enacted to bring the powers under the central government. Accordingly, the central government has enacted an emergency law.

Following this, delhi chief minister arvind kejriwal is seeking the support of various parties to prevent this Ordinance from being passed in Parliament. bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar and West bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee have extended their support to Arvind Kejriwal. Following this, arvind kejriwal, who visited telangana capital hyderabad along with punjab chief minister Bhagwant Mann, met chief minister Chandrasekhara Rao and sought his support.

After that, the three met the reporters together. Chandrasekhara Rao, while speaking to the media, said, "The central government should withdraw the Ordinance relating to New delhi immediately. Otherwise, this law will be defeated in the Parliament. Our party will fully support arvind kejriwal in this matter. The Ordinance enacted by the central government is insulting to the people of Delhi. There is no doubt about it.

We urge the central government to withdraw this emergency law on its own. Otherwise, we will use all our might to defeat this ordinance in lok sabha and Rajya Sabha. The central government is following an attitude of harassing the democratically elected state governments. There is no difference between the situation when the emergency was declared and the current situation in the country,” he alleged.

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