Kejriwal Won’t Attend Climate Meet in Denmark as Centre 'Denies Political Clearance'
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will not attend the C-40 Climate Summit in Denmark as the Ministry of External Affairs denied political clearance to him, said official sources on Tuesday.
The Delhi government sources said the chief minister was scheduled to leave for the summit in Copenhagen, Denmark, at 2 pm on Tuesday.
"The chief minister could not fly out of Delhi on Tuesday afternoon as the MEA did not give political clearance to him for his Denmark visit," they said.
At the Summit, Kejriwal was to speak on the AAP government's experience in lowering pollution level in Delhi and other issues.
"I do not answer query specific to political clearance.