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9:48 am - Thursday December 18, 2014

Will quit if Jan Lokpal Bill not passed : Kejriwal

kejriwalNew Delhi: Sticking to the stand of the Delhi  Government to bring the Jan Lokpal Bill in the Delhi Assembly, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said he would quit if the  Bill was not passed.   ‘’The Jan Lokpal Bill is more important than staying in government. We will quit if it is not passed,’’ Mr Kejriwal told a TV channel. Speaking after an urgent meeting of AAP, the Chief Minister  said the Delhi Government will table Jan Lokpal and Swaraj  bills on February 13 during a special session of the Delhi  Assembly.    ‘’We will table Jan Lokpal and Swaraj bills on February 13,’’ Mr Kejriwal said.    Earlier, Mr Kejriwal had written to the Home Ministry for withdrawal of the 2002 order which makes it mandatory to obtain sanction of the Centre before bringing a bill in the State Assembly.

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