New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday said it was aware of serious governance problem faced by Delhi people because of the constant fight between the Centre and Delhi government.
However, it refused to entertain a PIL on governance deficit leading to deaths from dengue saying he court could entertain a petition pointing out specific violation of constitutional provision and not governance deficit.|
SC said if the two governments – one led by Narendra Modi at the Centre and the other led by Arvind Kejriwal – do not resolve their disputes and create governance problem then people will pass appripriate verdict at appropriate time.
After hearing senior advocate Sidharth Luthra, a bench of Justices TS Thakur and V Gopala Gowda said it was for the two governnents to sit together and resolve the disputes and give good governance. It is not for the courts to step into such disputes, it said.