Health minister gives approval to Delhi Health Bill, likely to be presented in AAP cabinet in January
The bill, once implemented, will help regulate clinical establishments and pathological laboratories and in the national capital. "The minister has given approval to the Bill, which will be presented in the cabinet in January. Once the bill is implemented, it will help regulate clinical establishments in Delhi," the official said.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is likely to expand his cabinet before the winter session of the state legislature next month and in an apparent bid to placate restless allies, who may find a renewed voice in the wake of the BJP's poll debacle in Bihar, will call on Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray before the move.
What this could augur for AAP workers and voters at large who have placed such unflinching faith in Kejriwal to free Delhi of all malice, will no doubt be a subject matter of intense debate in times to come.
The 49-year-old MLA from Madipur nudged out BJP's candidate Kailash Sankla by a little over 1,100 votes to emerge victorious in the Delhi Assembly polls that witnessed AAP's stunning political debut.