Arvind Kejriwal to retain 2015 Delhi Cabinet for third term: Manish Sisodia, Satyendar Jain, Gopal Rai among key faces in 2020 AAP's team
A day after the AAP won a landslide victory in the Delhi Assembly election, media reports have said that Arvind Kejriwal will retain his cabinet from 2015 and won't induct new ministers.
Modi will 'be held responsible' if anything happens to me, says Anna Hazare as his fast continues on 5th day
Social activist Anna Hazare's indefinite hunger strike entered the fifth day on Sunday even as villagers blocked a state highway in support of his agitation in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra, leading to traffic jams in the area.
Anna Hazare revives demand for Jan Lokpal Bill at Ramlila Maidan: Farmers' grievances also part of protest
On Friday, Anna Hazare began his protest at Ramlila Maidan in Delhi. This time, several farmers' issues were also raised during the protest.
Anna Hazare attacks Narendra Modi govt, says Rs 80,000 crore has come to BJP coffers in last five months as donation
Attacking Modi government, Anna Hazare country has topped the list of corrupt countries in Asia in the last three years of the NDA rule.
'Hope no Kejriwal comes out of my movement again,' says Anna Hazare ahead of rally on Jan Lokpal Bill
Social activist Anna Hazare said on Tuesday that he hoped that no Arvind Kejriwal emerged from his movement again.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will celebrate its fifth foundation day on Sunday and hold a national convention at the Ramlila Maidan in the national capital
Kapil Mishra assaulted in Delhi Assembly: AAP has a history of raising red flags against ousted members
Delhi government’s ousted minister Kapil Mishra was heckled, dragged, beaten up inside Delhi Assembly and bundled out of the House today — not by Opposition MLAs but by his own former party colleagues.
Those associated with India Against Corruption cannot but be saddened by the foolish decision of forming AAP much against the wishes of Anna.
The Central government has returned to the Delhi government 14 bills passed by the Delhi assembly, triggering a fresh row between the BJP-led NDA and the AAP regime in the national capital.
In a setback to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi, the central government on Friday returned as many as 14 pending bills of the state government in the capital.
Delhi Assembly on Friday passed the Janlokpal Bill, incorporating suggestions of Anna Hazare, which provides for an ombudsman with powers to act against any government functionary including those of the Centre even as Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal warned the NDA dispensation against any move to put a spanner on making it a law.
Following the decision, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the bill will be tabled in the Assembly soon while Sisodia said that the Business Advisory Committee will take a call on when to table the bill.
Arvind Kejriwal and AAP's attempt to pass the Jan Lokpal bill is likely to get stonewalled by the Centre which will view the bill as an overreach by the Delhi government.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the central government to take a decision on the fate of the Delhi assembly which was placed under suspended animation after the AAP government resigned on 14 February.
The Maharashtra state unit convenor withdrew her resignation after it was decided to dissolve the state executive committee, hold fresh elections and make party processes completely transparent.
"He has gone to meet the Lt. governor regarding elections in Delhi," the source said.
Attacking Congress President Sonia Gandhi over her remarks on the resignation of Arvind Kejriwal-led government in Delhi, AAP shot back saying it did not continue in office owing to lack of numbers required to bring the Janlokpal Bill.
The party knows it does not stand much chance of winning many seats. But the party will use its visibility in the next round of assembly elections in whichever state they are due.
AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal on Monday urged voters to uproot the corrupt system and elect people of integrity to the Lok Sabha.
Delhi Congress on Sunday accused the Aam Aadmi Party and its chief Arvind Kejriwal of making false promises and claimed that the former Chief Minister quit not on the issue of Jan Lokpal Bill but to pursue his political ambitions at national level.