Meet Delhi's youngest chief minister Arvind Kejriwal

Mon Dec 23 2013, 17:49 hrs
Delhi is set to witness a major political change as the Aam Aadmi Party has finally decided to go ahead with government formation. The party declared on Monday that it would take the support offered by Congress, following which its leaders staked the claim to form government in a meeting with Lt Governor Najeeb Jung. (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
Delhi is set to witness a major political change as the Aam Aadmi Party has finally decided to go ahead with government formation. The party declared on Monday that it would take the support offered by Congress, following which its leaders staked the claim to form government in a meeting with Lt Governor Najeeb Jung. (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
The decision by AAP has cleared way for Arvind Kejriwal to become the youngest chief minister of Delhi. (IE Photo: Tashi Tobgyal)
The decision by AAP has cleared way for Arvind Kejriwal to become the youngest chief minister of Delhi. (IE Photo: Tashi Tobgyal)
Breaking the tradition of Chief Ministers taking oath in the Assembly, Kejriwal has annouced that his swearing-in ceremony will take place at Ramlila Maidan in the national capital. (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
Breaking the tradition of Chief Ministers taking oath in the Assembly, Kejriwal has annouced that his swearing-in ceremony will take place at Ramlila Maidan in the national capital. (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
Soon after the party announced the decision, Sheila Dikshit addressed mediapersons saying the Congress support to AAP was not unconditional but based on how the latter performs in future. (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
Soon after the party announced the decision, Sheila Dikshit addressed mediapersons saying the Congress support to AAP was not unconditional but based on how the latter performs in future. (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
She reiterated that it was yet to be seen if Kejriwal's party fulfills the promises it made during its campaign. (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
She reiterated that it was yet to be seen if Kejriwal's party fulfills the promises it made during its campaign. (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
Meanwhile, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) termed the decision of AAP to form Delhi government as betrayal of people's expectations. (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
Meanwhile, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) termed the decision of AAP to form Delhi government as betrayal of people's expectations. (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
Harsh Vardhan pointed that while the AAP had always attacked Congress as a corrupt party, it had now accepted its support for political gains. (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
Harsh Vardhan pointed that while the AAP had always attacked Congress as a corrupt party, it had now accepted its support for political gains. (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
 The Delhi BJP leader also hit out at the Congress, accusing it of making a "backdoor entry". (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
The Delhi BJP leader also hit out at the Congress, accusing it of making a "backdoor entry". (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
He, however, wished luck to the Aam Aadmi Party, asking them to work for the welfare of people. Reacting to the developments, former Team Anna member Justice Santosh Hegde hailed the decision of Aam Aadmi Party to form the next government in Delhi. He said, "They have taken a good decision, I congratulate them...let them administer as long as they can." (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)
He, however, wished luck to the Aam Aadmi Party, asking them to work for the welfare of people. Reacting to the developments, former Team Anna member Justice Santosh Hegde hailed the decision of Aam Aadmi Party to form the next government in Delhi. He said, "They have taken a good decision, I congratulate them...let them administer as long as they can." (IE Photo: Prem Nath Pandey)

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