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Delhi Services Row: A hearing will be held in the SC on a petition related to the control of Delhi services! The court said - we will consider

  New Delhi: The 'AAP' government of Delhi has got immediate relief from the Supreme Court. The court said it would hear a petition challenging the central government's law establishing the supremacy of the lieutenant governor over the elected system in governing services in the national capital. The court said it would consider listing the matter. Appearing for the AAP government before a bench of Chief Justice DY Chandrachud and Justices JB Pardiwala and Manoj Mishra, senior advocate Abhishek Singhvi pleaded that the entire administration has stalled and the case needs to be heard. The CJI said that the case is currently going on in a nine-judge bench and he will consider this argument. The bench is currently hearing this matter A nine-judge bench headed by the CJI is currently hearing petitions on whether private properties can be considered "material resources of the community" under Article 39(b) of the Constitution, one of the directive principles of state policy. is part of The apex court had earlier referred a five-judge constitution bench to the Delhi government's plea challenging the Centre's May 19 ordinance last year, which asserted the Delhi government's authority over several aspects of city governance. . Later, a central law was brought from the Ordinance on this issue.