While Kejriwal previously assured them of all help and even wrote to PM Narendra Modi, he has now called for an all-party meeting in a letter which read that 'there is a need for us to rise above party lines to find a solution to the sealing issue.' He has also requested that only three members of each party attend the meeting 'so that we can come to a fruitful solution'.
The Delhi government has chose to lead a delegation of political parties to the Supreme Court-appointed monitoring committee to discuss issues related to the Delhi master plan (MPD) 2021 and find a solution to the sealing problem.
"Stop the drama of allegations and counter-allegations on the issue of sealing in Delhi. I wish BJP had also participated in the meeting in the interests of Delhi's traders", Kejriwal later tweeted.
Sisodia said in the days to come, the sealing drive was likely to intensify and also reach the rural areas. Sources in the All-India Congress Committee said they will raise the issue in Parliament, which is in session till April 6.
In a statement, the party said, "the Delhi BJP feels there is no objective of such a meeting as the intentions of the government of Delhi are not clear on the matter". Both parties, referring to the BJP and the AAP, should stop playing politics and find a solution to the issue quickly, Mr. Gandhi said.
Sisodia said the BJP could resolve the issue "immediately" if it wanted to."The BJP has the government at the Centre".
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On 28 March, a traders' rally would be held at Ramlila Maidan here against the sealing drive which, the CAIT said, is in "utter violation" of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi Act, 1957. The chief secretary Prakash was allegedly assaulted by AAP MLAs during a meeting at the chief minister Kejriwal's residence in the evening of February 19. "The government must make a submission properly in the court with conviction", Maken said.
Maken said he had suggested that the government effectively tackle the sealing case in the Supreme Court, and added that as the government had so far not approached the monitoring committee, an all party-delegation should meet the court panel to discuss the issue.
Health Minister Satyendar Jain and Development Minister Gopal Rai were among others who attended the meeting on Tuesday afternoon.
On a day city traders observed a bandh, AAP and Congress reconciled their political differences to find a way to tide over the crisis resulting from the ongoing sealing drive.
The Monitoring Committee was set up by the Supreme Court in 2006.