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The dharna by Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy outside Raj Nivas, the residence of the L-G, came to an end after six days on Monday night after a meeting was held between Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Kiran Bedi, the CM, Council of ministers, CS and the Secretaries. Taking to Twitter, Bedi said the government will be […]

Written by Nishu Chaudhary |
April 17, 2019 11:59:18 am

The dharna by Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy outside Raj Nivas, the residence of the L-G, came to an end after six days on Monday night after a meeting was held between Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Kiran Bedi, the CM, Council of ministers, CS and the Secretaries. Taking to Twitter, Bedi said the government will be back to work from Tuesday. Narayanasami said, “Partial success was achieved on various demands.”

“The Dharna by HCM outside Raj Nivas is over. The HCM, Council of Ministers, CS and Secretaries, met. It helped clarify and consolidate issues. Am happy Puducherry Government will return to work tom morning. So will the road to Raj Nivas be open for visitors to come to Raj Nivas,” Bedi tweeted.

The chief minister said, “We are suspending all the agitations slated for the next two days against Kiran Bedi as we could score partial success on various public issues at the meeting we had with her.”

He also said that after the talks with the Lt Governor, he and his cabinet colleagues met at the committee room and it was decided “unanimously” by ministers and legislators that “the agitations including jail bharo and massive fast slated for February 20 and 21 are suspended”. The dharna outside the assembly was also called off immediately after the meeting, he added.

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