Arvind Kejriwal, an Aam Aadmi Party chief, all set to take oath as Delhi Chief minister on today, February 16 in the Ramlila Maidan. This is the third time when Kejriwal is taking the oath for the chief minister.
In this Delhi General Assemble election, the AAP has secured a stunning victory by securing 62 seats in the total 70- member Delhi assembly. This time BJP has increased seat tally to eight from three in 2015. And Congress didn’t open its account.
After the declaration of the result, Kejriwal gave a big shout-out of “I love you” to the city and thanked the people for again keeping faith in him. And he further added that this time the victory will give birth to “kaam ki rajneeti (politics of work)”.
Manoj Tiwari, Delhi BJP chief, said that that his sixth sense told him that the party will form a government and rejected the charge of opposition parties.
And said, “We never do politics of hate but we are still against the blockage of roads for 60 days as it leads to the inconvenience of people. We will review the result and the reason behind our defeat. I am the Delhi BJP president, so I take the responsibility”.
There were so many distractions were made by the other parties but Kejriwal made a smart move and kept his focus sharply local and maintained his own narrative without getting influenced or trapped.
The win assumes even greater importance because, in the Lok Sabha polls, AAP was defeated, they managed to win only 18% of the votes polled.
When the party first emerged on the political stage and won 28 seats in the 2013 election. There were many political veterans of other parties who did not find AAP’s Party prospects worthy, they took it as a one-election fascination.
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