New Delhi| Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal has been found to be Corona positive. The Lieutenant Governor himself has shared information about his being corona positive. At present, the health of the Lieutenant Governor remains normal. He is in self-isolation at his government residence. Significantly, 3 days ago, the Union Home Ministry has issued a notification, according to which the government in Delhi will now mean the Lieutenant Governor. Giving information about his corona positive, the Lt. Governor said, “I have done the Covid test after mild symptoms in which I have come corona positive. Since the initial symptoms, I have separated myself from the rest. I am from all of them. I would urge for the corona test which has come in contact with me in the past. I will continue to monitor and monitor Delhi’s work from my residence. “
Earlier, the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi had sought a report from Delhi Chief Secretary Vijay Dev regarding the corona vaccination. Through this report, the Lieutenant Governor has asked to give information about the preparations for the corona vaccination. Significantly, all the people above the age of 18 years are to be vaccinated across the country.
Significantly, in Delhi, the government will now mean the Lieutenant Governor. Notification of National Capital Territory Government (Amendment) Act 2021 i.e. GNTCD Act has been issued in Delhi. The notification by the Union Home Ministry states that the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Act, 2021 is notified with effect from 27 April. This means that no major steps can be taken now without the approval of the Lieutenant Governor (LG).
In the notification issued by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs, it has been said that in the context of the legislation passed in the Delhi Legislative Assembly, the Government will mean the Lieutenant Governor of the National Capital Territory of Delhi. With this, the Delhi government will have to seek the advice of the Lieutenant Governor before doing any government work. The bill was passed in the Lok Sabha on March 22 and in the Rajya Sabha on March 24.