Jagran Bureau, New Delhi. Several former bureaucrats have raised objections to the statement made by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in Rajkot about a fortnight ago and demanded the cancellation of the recognition of the Aam Aadmi Party. It is reported that Kejriwal had appealed to the bureaucrats of Gujarat to help the Aam Aadmi Party get victory.

These giants are included in the bureaucrats

The prominent bureaucrats named in this letter to the Chief Election Commissioner include former IAS and Additional Chief Secretary Karnataka M. Madan Gopal, former Kerala Chief Secretary Anand Bose, former Food Secretary to the Government of India RD Kapoor, former Petroleum Secretary Subhash Chandra etc.

Violation of the rules of the Election Commission by giving greed

The former bureaucrats have cited the model code of conduct in this letter, in which no party can demand cooperation of officers and employees in elections. Making such demand or giving such allurement to them is in violation of the rules of the Election Commission. In this case the recognition of the party should be cancelled.

Referring to the press conference held in Rajkot

Former bureaucrats in this complaint letter to the Election Commission also referred to the press conference held on September 3 by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in Rajkot, Gujarat. In which he appealed to the officers and employees of the state.

Kejriwal accused

It has been said in the letter that Kejriwal had said that all the administrative officers who are there should join the Aam Aadmi Party and make their invaluable contribution in getting the party victory in the state. This step of yours can contribute significantly in the development of Gujarat.

Edited By: Krishna Bihari Singh