The Delhi opposition leader claimed that his party will keep working on exposing the one-year-old political party currently in charge of governing Delhi.
The Jan Lokpal Bill is likely to be approved by the Delhi Cabinet tomorrow as its draft has almost been finalised by a panel headed by Chief Secretary.
Arvind Kejriwal is a shoo-in for the Person of the Year titles as 2013 winds to an end. But while he reassures us that nice guys don't have to finish last, we shouldn't read him as the quintessential aam aadmi Mr. India story. It actually is a very uncommon story.
The party has made it clear that the-pro people manifesto, which has catapulted them into power, will be the utmost priority for the new government.
They may not have seen eye to eye most of the time but after the Lokpal Bill was cleared by the Rajya Sabha, both activist Anna Hazare and politicians celebrated. Here are the images.
In his struggle to remain relevant Anna Hazare is perhaps giving up what he battled for earlier.
BJP member Sudhanshu Mittal, who was part of the discussion, vehemently denied any political gain because of the Singh-Rai public spat.
The 76-year-old anti-corruption crusader has said that he will not break his fast till the Jan Lokpal Bill is passed in Parliament.
Social activist Anna Hazare began his indefinite hunger strike at Ralegan Siddhi seeking the creation of a Jan Lokpal. Here are the images.
There is no better time to be a political entrepreneur in India as today. While ArvindKejriwal is the face of that entrepreneurial resurgence, his bigger impact is in the creation of an entirely new politics, akin to the discovery of a new market, that holds the promise of power.
The anti-corruption activist also sid that the Congress had lost in four states on account of failing to create a strong Jan Lokpal.
The spectacular showing of the AAP in Delhi will change national politics in 2014 even if Arvind Kejriwal's party does not win too many seats
A third of the 700-plus people who applied for a party ticket have either worked with traditional parties in various capacities or have one of their family members associated with them.
When asked about the reason for his change of heart towards Kejriwal's party, Anna said, "The time is not right for me comment on that."
If the likes of Narayana Murthy and the Tatas do not want to fund Kejriwal's political activities, the activist-turned-politician will need to do a rethink.