Sealing: BJP-AAP colluding with each other, alleges Rahul

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Apart from senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leaders including Manish Sisodia, Sanjay Singh and Gopal Rai, the meeting was also attended by Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) chief Ajay Maken and his party colleague Arvinder Singh Lovely.

The infamous incident that took place at Kejriwal's residence on February 20 created a massive rift between the bureaucracy and the AAP MLAs.

"Nobody wants to solve our problems, we are being used as a tool to play politics, had it been otherwise, the situation could have been different", he said.

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Notably, a "bandh" is being observed on Tuesday by the traders in the national capital in protest against the sealing drive.

Maken said the Delhi government has not met the Monitoring Committee since the sealing drive began and added that Kejriwal has also agreed for a meeting with the parliamentary panel.

Later in the day, Congress President Rahul Gandhi attacked both AAP and BJP over the sealing drive. Kejriwal wrote that the issue needs to be strongly raised in the Parliament. His tweet said, "Due to the fake fights and the collusion between BJP and AAP, traders are facing a lot of damage".

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The remains of one more person were earlier brought down by the road. "A few of them are said to be critical", he added. It was also reported that the trekkers took another route and did not follow the trail they had paid the fee for.

Meanwhile, the protesting traders called the all-party meeting convened by Kejriwal a "political stunt" and they adopted a resolution to demand that the Kejriwal government pass a bill in the assembly to put an end to the drive.

"Not even a single shop owner will open his shop in Delhi-NCR on Tuesday, every corner of the Capital will remain shut", a DNA report quoted general secretary of the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), Praveen Khandelwal, as saying. He said the sealing issue suddenly got complicated in the Supreme Court in November 2017 after the Delhi Government filed an affidavit seeking two more years to even start the work on regularisation of illegal colonies and unauthorized constructions in the city.

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