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    Puducherry CM rebels against Lt. Governor Kiran Bedi, alleges her of being undemocratic

    Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy has revolted against Lt. Governor Kiran Bedi. For the past three days, he has been protesting outside Raj Bhavan. The CM of Puducherry demands that the central government should sack Lt. Governor Kiran Bedi. The CM argued that the Lt. Governor was not authorizing the elected legislative administration to operate.

    The CM reported that Lt. Governor Kiran Bedi had stumbled across the day-to-day running of the government. There is a secular democratic alliance in Puducherry, i.e. SDA headed by the Congress Party. For the last three days, several leaders have been staging a sit-in outside the Raj Bhavan along with Chief Minister V Narayanasamy.

    In addition to Chief Minister V Narayanasamy, PCC Chairman AV Subramanian, all government ministers, Congress MLAs, Communist Party leaders of India, Communist Party leaders of the Marxist Communist Party of India and other VCK units are taking part in a demonstration against the Lt. Governor. However, DMK, an ally of the Congress, is not present in this protest. 

    Addressing the protesters staying on the dharna, VCK chief Mutharasan also denounced the undemocratic working of the lieutenant governor. He said that if Prime Minister Modi believes in democracy, he should interfere and suspend Lt. Governor Kiran Bedi. He accused the central government of following a fascist and autocratic approach as part of attempts to end the farmer's movement.

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