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Central government denies permission to Arvind Kejriwal to attend Climate conference in Denmark

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was scheduled to attend the C-40 climate conference in Copenhagen, Denmark from 9 to 12 October.

 

New Delhi| Aam Aadmi Party convenor and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has not been allowed to go to Denmark. According to the information received, the orders have come from the Foreign Ministry. The politics has also been heated up on the issue. The Aam Admi Party has surrounded the Modi government at the Center. MP Sanjay Singh has described it as an insult to the people of Delhi. Kejriwal was supposed to go to Denmark to attend the C-40 climate conference.

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Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar presented the government’s side today. He said that ‘this is the conference of the Mayor level and the ministers of Bengal are going to participate in it. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was scheduled to attend the C-40 climate conference in Copenhagen, Denmark from 9 to 12 October.

The Foreign Ministry has informed Kejriwal about the cancellation of the tour permission. The Ministry of External Affairs informed Chief Minister Kejriwal that he had sought political clearance for the C-40 program to be held in Denmark. Your political clearance has been rejected.

 

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