Published On: Jun 17, 2018

In a press conference, IAS Officers' Association clarified that there is no strike in Delhi and it is work as usual for the Delhi bureaucracy. Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal is staging a sit-in at the Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal's house demanding an end to ‘IAS officers' strike’ in Delhi. He has alleged that the strike has left his government incapacitated. To counter AAP's claim, Delhi's IAS association held the press conference saying that they are being ‘targeted’ and ‘victimised’ and all the departments are working as usual.  

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