Here is another instance where you can see how Congress misusing the power.

According to NDTV Activist Yogendra Yadav was sacked from the University Grants Commission (UGC) for being a member of Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party as the government said his association with the top body of higher education may give a scope for its "future politicisation".
According to the ministry, The central government in pursuance of powers vested under Rule 6 of UGC (Disqualification, Retirement and Conditions of Service of the Members) Rules 1992 hereby retires Yogendra Yadav from the post of member UGC with immediate effect.

On reply to this Yogendra Yadav said he would not have faced such fate had he joined Congress and which is 100% true.

He said: Do people who belong to the ruling parties stay on such boards or do they not? Has this government ever cited conflict of interest in these things? There was a time when the government had packed the entire UGC with people who owned private universities. Isn't that the worst form of conflict of interest? Did the government ever think of conflict of interest?

This is nothing except congress mis-utilizing the power.


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