Going up its hostile, Congress today held a challenge requesting prompt release of Delhi Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar in the wake of the line over his affirmed fake degree which has snowballed into a major political discussion.
Police utilized water cannons when groups of unsettled Congress party workers attempted to break blockades to walk towards the Delhi Secretariat, which houses the workplaces of the Chief Minister and his Cabinet associates.
Head of Delhi Congress Ajay Maken, who drove the dissent to the Secretariat, said his persuasion won’t stop until Tomar was expelled from the Delhi Cabinet.
Maken said that they will proceed with their protest till the Law Minister is sacked. They additionally demanded that Arvind Kejriwal should step down as Chief Minister assuming liability on the issue. He further added that AAP had come to power promising to offer clean legislative issues. Anyway, its leaders are currently protecting the corrupt personals of their own party..
The congress party workers who were present at the protest yelled slogans against Tomar and Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal demanding urgent sacking of the Law Minister. BJP was also not far behind the issue and had also organised similar kind of protest outside Kejriwal’s Office.
The Congress has been demanding Tomar’s release as Minister and has additionally requested his resignation as individual from the Delhi Legislative Assembly. BJP has additionally been looking for the Law Minister’s ouster.
The AAP Minister has effectively rejected charge of any wrongdoing and declined to bow down due to the controversy.
On Wednesday, a Bihar-based college, from where Tomar claimed to have done his law study, had told Delhi High Court that his temporary testament is “created and does not exist in the establishment’s record”.
The Tilak Manjhi Bhagalpur College had set in the witness of the court its enquiry report expressing that the serial number of the temporary authentication in the record demonstrated the name of some other individual and not that of Tomar.
BJP and Congress have blamed Kejriwal for receiving “twofold measures” on the issue of defilement and requested that he releases Tomar from the government