The Delhi government plans to allow women to travel free in DTC buses, cluster buses and Delhi Metro in the national capital within the next three months.
At present out of 70 asembly seats the ruling Aam Aadmi Party holds 67 seats in the Assembly and the Bharatiya Janata Party has three.
Arvind Kejriwal was sworn in as chief minister of Delhi for a third straight term on Sunday, days after his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) took 62 out of 70 seats in the state legislature in an election focused on his good work done in the previous term.
The poll verdict in Delhi has become a major event in the country’s politics — the AAP victory looks extraordinary in the face of a determined bid of the BJP
Chief Minister-designate Arvind Kejriwal plans a grand oath-taking ceremony, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) sources said on Wednesday.
The so dubbed ‘Everyone’s CM’, Arvind Kejriwal, stirred the political hornet’s nest once again and romped home to a landslide victory (“Kejriwal knew he had wholehearted Muslim support,” Feb.16, Gulf Today).
The bell tolls. Who is behind it? When asked a Delhi slum dweller went on to say, “I didn’t ring it because I am too hungry to walk up to a place of worship.” Isn’t that understandable? I think it is.
The AAP landslide victory in Delhi is a great setback for the ruling BJP. Though the national party won five more seats compared to their performance in the last hustings,
The Aam Aadmi Party’s win in Delhi could see a surge in smaller political parties in India in the future. After Delhi was under the control of Congress woman Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit
Kejriwal sworn into office by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal in presence of a huge gathering. He took oath along with his designated cabinet — Manish Sisodia, Satyendar Jain, Gopal Rai, Kailash Gehlot, Imran Hussain and Rajendra Pal Gautam.