Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, also the education minister of Delhi, clarified that charges such as transport fee, annual fee or any other miscellaneous head cannot be levied during the lockdown.
Taking to Twitter, Sisodia said that out of the 2,361 people, 617 have been admitted to hospitals while the rest quarantined.
Delhi Police Commissioner S N Srivastava also attended the high-level meeting at the LG office, an official said.
The budget focused on education and health sectors which Sisodia termed as important areas of Kejriwal model of governance.
Flanked by his deputy Manish Sisodia, Kejriwal told reporters that the Delhi government wants to ensure that normalcy returns in people's lives, for which several steps are being taken by the authorities.
Justice V K Rao issued notice to Sisodia, the Election Commission's Media Certification and Monitoring Committee (MCMC) and the returning officer seeking their stand on the petition moved by one of the candidates who lost against the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader.
Taking to Twitter in the wake of violent clashes in northeast Delhi, he wrote, “It seems monsters have entered into our city to wreak havoc. These people cannot be Delhiites. They must all be caught and jailed at all costs, regardless of the religion they follow.”
This is the first Assembly session after the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) formed the government for the third time.
The clarification came after Delhi government sources had said on Saturday Kejriwal and Sisodia will not attend the event as their names were dropped from the guest list. Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party blamed the BJP-led central government for it.
Other members of Kejriwal's cabinet Kailash Gahlot and Gopal Rai are scheduled to take charge later in the day.
After the swearing-in ceremony, the AAP leader took to Twitter to thank those who contributed funds for his election campaign.
"This is positive politics. All the states and the Centre should run together a time-bound campaign on facilities and quality of learning in government schools. Only then India will become a developed nation. Governments closing down government schools are obstacles in the path of making the country developed," Sisodia said in a tweet in Hindi.
"I am happy to have won the Patparganj seat again. The BJP indulged in politics of hate, but I thank the people of Patparganj. Today, Delhi's people have chosen a government which works for them and explained the true meaning of nationalism through their mandate," he told reporters.
Sisodia has been often referred to as AAP National Convener Arvind Kejriwal’s ‘right-hand man’. He has also been described as the “de-facto chief minister” of Delhi.
Sisodia, who is trailing by 2,000 votes, is at the vote-counting centre at the moment to track the trends personally.
Madhav was arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in a late night operation on Thursday for allegedly taking a bribe of over Rs 2 lakh in a matter related to the Goods and Services Tax (GST), officials said.
Gopal Krishna Madhav was arrested in a late night operation for allegedly receiving a bribe of over Rs 2 lakh in a matter related to GST, they said.
With heavy-weight ministries such as Finance, Revenue, Power and Education under his command, Sisodia has emerged as what many call the “de-facto CM” of Delhi
The opinion survey says 71 percent voters are happy with Kejriwal’s performance in areas like education and development. However, his efforts towards pollution control and poor road conditions “did not go well with voters”
The AAP minister justified the unhealthy water quality stating the water coming out of taps during off timings would be muddy and unhealthy due to the slug and waste that would be sucked into by the motor
Before filing his nomination, Sisodia took out a rally in which hundreds of AAP supporters took part. His rally started with a padyatra followed by a bike rally to the election office in Patparganj.
Referring to Puri's tweet in which he said that within eight to ten days people will get registry for ownership of their respective areas in unauthorised colonies, Sisodia said he has a simple question on whether regularisation of unauthorised colonies is taking place or not.
According to the statement, the kitchen - sponsored by ABB India - has the capacity to cater to the nutrition needs of students through 25,000 midday meals across various government schools in the surrounding areas.
The onion prices have skyrocketed to Rs 75-120 per kg across major cities in the country.
Sisodia claimed children from Gurgaon in Haryana and Noida, Loni and Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh were coming to Delhi to study in schools run by the AAP government.