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Kiran Bedi depicted as Hitler, Goddess Kali in posters allegedly put out by Congress.

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This may remind us frequent fight between Arvind Kejriwal and LG Najeeb Jung at Delhi


Kiran Bedi depicted as Hitler, Goddess Kali in posters allegedly put out by Congress; Puducherry CM denies link

The latest tussle between Chief Minister V Narayanasamy and Puducherry LG Kiran Bedi is over BJP leaders being inducted as MLAs on July 04.

However, Chief Minister V Narayanasamy denied any link with the posters. Talking to ANI, the Chief Minister said that the office of the Lieutenant Governor is sacrosanct and he would never approve posters portraying state Lieutenant Governor as Hitler.

"The office of LG is sacrosanct. As far as I am concerned, I will never approve such kind of posters that appeared," he said.
Making an indirect reference to Bedi, he said that had everybody followed the rule book, this kind of situation would not have occurred.

Narayanasamy, who shares bitter relations with LG Bedi, appealed people not to repeat the mistake of showing the LG in the bad light.

The Chief Minister`s clarification came after Kiran Bedi on Friday said no one has the right to lower the status of the constitutional authority.

The latest tussle between Narayanasamy and LG Bedi is over BJP leaders being inducted as MLAs on July 04.

Congress says that the appointment of three MLAs -- V Saminathan, President of the Puducherry BJP unit, party Treasurer KG Shankar and educationist S Selva Ganapathy – was done without consulting the CM.

Bedi justified her action by citing provisions of the Government of Union Territories Act, 1963.

Read more at: http://zeenews.india.com/uts/puduch...ongress-2025787.html?pfrom=article-next-story
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