While Kejriwal himself will not be taking charge of any department, according to reports, Satyendra Kumar Jain will head the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) while Gopal Rai will head the environment department
Among others, a 110-year-old also voted during the ongoing Delhi polls
This time around, some analysts have said Shaheen Bagh and the overall CAA-NRC stir have given an advantage to the BJP, at least in maintaining and increasing its core support base
The SAD and the JDU, BJP's alliance partners in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), play an crucial role in Delhi, but the influence of these alliances goes beyond national capital
While the BJP has fielded Sunil Yadav, the party's Yuva Morcha president for Delhi, Congress has fielded Romesh Sabharwal, an old Congress hand
Owaisi highlighted the angst of the saffron party and predicted a massacre in the waiting at the protest ground once the election is over.
Initially taken aback by the gesture, the AAP members can be seen warming up to him eventually in the video.
The EC said Deo's conduct has "consequences" on holding "free and fair elections"
Delhi will vote on February 8, with the results set to be declared on February 11
Chopra is a three-time legislator from Kalkaji, and has also served as Delhi assembly Speaker
A month before the polls, internal surveys painted a rosy picture for AAP, with the BJP losing "even its core base". However, within a month, things have changed
Kejriwal said that if the BJP did not accept his challenge or declare its CM face by 1 pm, he would meet the press to announce his next course of action.
The BJP leader was recently barred by the EC from campaigning for 48 hours for the February 8 elections after he posted provocative messages on social media
"If it (the protests) had been against one law, it would have ended after assurances of the government. But AAP and Congress are provoking people," Modi said
Mishra, who is contesting the election for BJP from Model Town constituency, had been reprimanded by the Election Commission for posting provocative tweets.
In a letter to CEC Sunil Arora, AAP said it has come to know through its sources that certain "anti social elements in connivance with certain political parties" are planning to create unrest on February 2
BJP's Delhi unit chief Manoj Tiwari said the party's manifesto promises to offer jobs to over 10,000 unemployed, electric scooty for girls going to college, permanent jobs to contractual employees and flour at Rs 2 per kg
While EC had earlier ordered that the two be removed from the list of BJP's star campaigners list, they have also been issued show cause notices for their comments
The protesters have blocked a key road in the national capital, leading to increasing traffic in several parts of the city. The 'negative perception' caused by this, BJP leaders feel has only ended up helping the saffron party
The slogan used by Thakur is frequently raised by right-wing organisations and was also reportedly heard during the January 5 attack on teachers and students at JNU
The Election Commission's action came after the office of the Delhi Chief Electoral Officer wrote to the EC to remove the tweet posted by Mishra on January 23, EC officials said
The announcement comes less than a day after a key National Democratic Alliance (NDA) member Shiromani Akali Dal, backed out of the February polls citing differences over the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Addressing a press conference, SAD leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that during three poll related meetings with the BJP, his party was asked to consider its stand on CAA
The BJP's central election committee met on January 16 to finalise the party's candidates for the Delhi Assembly polls
The development comes ahead of the assembly polls in the national capital, scheduled to be held on February 8, with counting on February 11