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Feb 27, 2020, 04.41 AM IST



Arvind Kejriwal: ''Aam Aadmi'' scripts extraordinary win to return as Delhi CM

The Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party is poised to win 63 of Delhi’s 70 seats, leaving the BJP with seven and decimating the Congress, overcoming the BJP''s divisive campaign.

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  • Newly appointed Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai in the new AAP government, convened a high-level meeting of officers on February 20 to chalk out an action plan to tackle air pollution in Delhi. He said that reduction in pollution levels will be among the top priority of the Arvind Kejriwal dispensation.

    While the circular of the DoE says that the Head of Schools are "invited" to attend the ceremony along with 20 others, including Vice Principals, Entrepreneurship Mindset Curriculum Coordinators, Happiness Coordinators and Teacher Development Coordinators.

    A politics of neither ‘Right’ nor ‘Left’, but a more balanced, inclusive, ‘Centrist’ one that will respect and encourage dialogue, debate, a rational temper and issues pertaining to citizenry — rather than ‘citizenship’ — like better roads, schools, hospitals, public utilities, housing, livelihood and standard of living must prevail.

    Kejriwal's first two stints as CM saw him continue in his activist avatar, now he resembled a superhero.

    In his weekly column in Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana', its executive editor and senior Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said the Delhi assembly results showed PM Modi and Amit Shah are not invincible. He also criticised BJP's "religion-centric" political strategy and lauded the developmental works of the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government.

    After swearing-in as Delhi Chief Minister for third consecutive time, Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday sang 'Hum honge kaamyaab'. Kejriwal was on S...

    Riding high on its victory in Delhi Assembly elections, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is now eyeing to capitalise on the momentum and expand its...

    In a meeting with the finance department, Sisodia, who took the charge of his office on Monday, discussed issues pertaining to poll promises made by the Aam Aadmi Party in the run up to recently-concluded assembly elections and asked officials to make those provisions in the budget.

    "I have not mocked Tiwari for his song 'Rinkiya ke Papa' and instead, I have praised him for singing good songs. I do not understand where is insulting and mocking in it. I listen to Tiwari's songs. I like his videos. He dances well," Kejriwal said. The AAP leader had taken a dig at Tiwari, referring to him as a "good singer" who rendered 'Rinkiya ke Papa'.

    ​​Issues like potable piped water supply, education for every child, free bus ride scheme for different sections of society, healthcare facilities, safety of women and cleaning of Yamuna are included in the agenda of the meeting scheduled to be held at noon on Wednesday.

    Arvind Kejriwal will take oath as chief minister for a third term in a "Delhi-specific" ceremony, AAP's Delhi unit convener Gopal Rai told PTI. "No chief minister or political leader from other states will be invited for the ceremony that is going to be specific to Delhi," he said.

    Much like in Jharkhand, though, where the party failed to measure up to a regional leader like Hemant Soren, the ploy did not work against AAP leader and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.

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