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Sealings have put Sheila Dixit’s political future at stake

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Nikita Khrushchev once said, “Politicians are the same all over. They promise to build a bridge even where there is no river.” The saying categorically matches with the sealing of commercial establishments in residential areas being pursued in the country’s capital.

The Sheila Dixit Government in Delhi, which had promised a whole galaxy of mandates while seeking re-election, refutes the charges of being responsible for the city’s dismal state. The state of affairs where government has to demolish the illegal construction at court’s instructions and irate shop owners pelting stones at police force, speaks of the kind of control and governance in Delhi.

The nexus that allowed the mushrooming of these illegal constructions, however, continues to thrive freely. While the urban population, which was the beneficiary of the construction suffers, the government officials who turned a blind eye and abetted the illegal construction, obviously for a price, have got away without punishment.

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