Kejriwal 3.0 to be at work from Day 1, no honeymoon period, says Saurabh Bhardwaj; claims pollution, women's safety top priorities
Asserting that there will be no honeymoon period for the new AAP government, the party on Monday said significant reduction in pollution, cleaning of the Yamuna and ensuring deployment of 'mohalla marshalls' to boost women's security would be among the top priorities
Arvind Kejriwal's 'subdued' response to CAA,NPR,NRC, violence in Jamia, JNU 'smacks of opportunism', says Kapil Sibal
Kapil Sibal also claimed that the BJP is on a sticky wicket in the Delhi Assembly polls as it has 'lost credibility' and people are very unhappy with it
Senior AAP leader Sanjay Singh on Saturday said that voters in Uttar Pradesh had responded positively to the party in the civic polls
Critics of Delhi Chief Minister, who say that his measures to tackle Delhi pollution are too little and too late, miss this obvious point.
In an interview with CNN-IBN, Delhi police commissioner BS Bassi hit out at Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal and said that the AAP government is spreading lies in the national capital.
The letter to AAP convenor Kejriwal jointly written by the dissenters' duo Yogandra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan reflects that frustration is running high in their camp after peace talks between the two groups collapsed.
Arvind Kejriwal, who returned to New Delhi from Bangalore after undergoing treatment at Jindal Institute of Naturopathy, will resign as the party’s national convenor after eliminating all warring factions, sources in the party said.
In a sign of reconciliation between warring factions of AAP, senior leaders from the Kejriwal camp met Yogendra Yadav and held discussions over several contentious issues, hours after the Delhi Chief Minister's return from Bengaluru.
AAP and Congress on Wednesday came down hard on Jung, questioning his move to hold consultation with the parties when it was clear that no party was in a position to provide a stable government.
The BJP has been officially maintaining that it will take a decision on government formation in Delhi after getting an invite from the Lt Governor.
In his report last month, Jung gave a detailed analysis of the political situation in Delhi and underlined the need to have an elected government in the city.
The suspense continues. Despite wild speculations doing the rounds on who is talking, there is still no clarity on who will form the next Delhi government.
The newly formed Delhi government is on a roll. Having launched its first major anti-corruption measure with the setting up of a citizen helpline to ‘sting’ corrupt officials, the government is readying its second big initiative to tackle corruption – an online platform where citizens can register complaints concerning public utilities such as water, electricity and identify the official concerned.
A Delhi Jal Board official, accompanied by AAP leaders announced in a press conference that 700 litres of water will be provided for free to every household in Delhi.