Three ministers in Delhi's seven-member Cabinet have declared having serious criminal cases against themselves. At least five ministers have declared assets worth at least Rs 1 crore
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
Updates of Arvind Kejriwal being sworn-in as the Delhi Chief Minister and AAP MLAs taking oath as Cabinet ministers at the iconic Ramlila Maidan in the national capital
Kejriwal-led AAP recently swept the Delhi elections, winning 62 of the total 70 Assembly seats.
The pattern shows a departure from the long-held belief that women vote on the advice of their husbands or other male members in their family.
The oath ceremony will be held at Ramlila Maidan on February 16
During a campaign, Shah had seemingly lashed out at anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protesters saying, "When you press the button (of EVM) on February 8, do so with such anger that its current is felt at Shaheen Bagh."
The assembly election result in Delhi falls into place like a piece of a puzzle, confirming that India has entered into a phase of split-voting
AAP's Bihar unit chief asserted that the party will emerge as the most “reliable alternative” in Bihar just as it did in Delhi, as people are neither happy with the Lalu Prasad-led RJD, nor with the JD(U)-BJP government in the state.
Reports suggesting that Kejriwal will retain his cabinet have emerged. If so, his cabinet is yet again going to be devoid of woman representation.
The Aam Aadmi Party, on February 13, tweeted, “Big Announcement: Baby Mufflerman is invited to the swearing-in ceremony of Arvind Kejriwal on February 16.”
MLAs facing serious criminal cases has risen from 20 percent to 53 percent. 33 of AAP's 62 and 4 of BJP’s 8 MLAs have declared serious criminal cases against themselves in their affidavits
In an exclusive interview with Moneycontrol, Hitesh Pardeshi, the 29-year-old social media manager for AAP since October 2019, shares an interesting insight on the party's online campaign, how its social media cell operates and how it deals with fake news
Kejriwal will take oath as chief minister for a third term in a "Delhi-specific" ceremony, AAP's Delhi unit convener Gopal Rai told PTI.
Three days ahead of the polls, Malviya had put up a picture from his Twitter handle with a caption that read: “Proof of Biryani being distributed at Shaheen Bagh!”
Although, Muslims in Delhi have traditionally voted for Congress, a shift in their votes to AAP had emerged in 2015 itself. This time around, however, the community’s support to AAP seems to be more absolute.
Delhi's Council of Ministers (CoM), as per the Constitution, cannot consist of more than ten percent of its total strength including the chief minister.
With the Delhi election result, BJP may have lost its hard-bargaining power when it comes to seat-sharing negotiations in Bihar
A day after the party's poll drubbing, Chacko said the downfall of the Congress party started in 2013 during Sheila Dikshit's stint as Chief Minister.
Defending the saffron party, Shaina said it was not the BJP who was giving the protesters at Shaheen Bagh Rs 500 a day and feeding them biryani.
Delhi election result confirms an unfolding pattern that people across the country are voting differently at the Centre and in the states
Sources said the two discussed the oath-taking ceremony which could take place over the weekend.
The two-time CM of the National Capital won the Delhi Assembly elections with a thumping majority by securing more than 60 seats
If the BJP feels that its campaign style in Delhi has worked for it, the party is unlikely to change it. It will further perfect the model in Bihar, and later use it in West Bengal for the 2021 state polls.
Chadha registered victory from Rajinder Nagar by defeating his BJP rival Sardar RP Singh by a margin of 20,058 votes.