The Puducherry Assembly on Friday passed a resolution asking the centre to decrease the power of Lt Governor Kiran Bedi for not co-operating with democratically elected government.
This comes amid an ongoing tussle for power between Bedi and the congress government in union territory.
In the resolution the assembly accused Bedi of not co-operating with legislature.
The assembly has asked the centre for reforms to change the role of the Lt Governor and give more powers to the democratically elected government.
Three days later, Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy lashed out at Bedi and accused her of adopting a ‘ misleading approach’.
In the assembly, he alleged that Bedi was criticising ministers and that she should not make derogatory remarks.
Bedi hit back and questioned Narayanasamy, asking if he wanted a rubber stamp or a responsible administrator as the LG of Puducherry.
The two have been at loggerheads she assumed the post of the LG.