The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to hear a PIL filed against the agitation by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in Central Delhi. The PIL says Kejriwal has gone against the law while Section 144 is in place in Central Delhi.The PIL also points out that Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti tried to take law in his own hands by conducting a midnight raid in Khirki village.This came on a day when Kejriwal has threatened an indefinite dharna demanding that the full control of the Delhi Police be given to the Delhi government. “We’ll continue the dharna till our demands are met.
There can’t be a better Republic Day than this,” he said early on Tuesday morning. Kejriwal has refused to move his dharna venue to Jantar Mantar saying he is the Delhi Chief Minister and he can sit on dharna wherever he wants to. “Shinde should not shut the metros. The whole area has been cordoned off, toilets in the buildings are closed. Who is Shinde to decide where we will protest? I am the CM of Delhi,” he said.”I appeal to all the people from Delhi to take a day off from work and join the dharna, sit on dhrana wherever you are stopped,” Kejriwal said.