THE MAN IN A HURRY: Arvind Kejriwal, who pledged to root out corruption after steering AAP to power in Delhi, was a man in a hurry and set a scorching pace to try to fulfil his anti-graft legislative agenda but his tumultous journey as Chief Minister ended in seven weeks.
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RESIGNATION CHAOS: Even before tendering his letter of resignation, Kejriwal had expressed his intent after the Assembly session ended. With a wry smile, he expressed his disappointment over the conduct of the MLAs. Towards the end of the session, both the Congress and the BJP rejected the introduction and debate on the Jan Lokpal Bill.
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KEJRIWAL’S SECOND ACT: Delhi’s AAP Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said he had quit as his bid to table the Jan Lokpal Bill was foiled by the Congress and BJP who joined hands to call the Bill unconstitutional and vote against it.
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DIDN’T WANT GOVT TO FALL: Elaborating on the immediate provocation for the Delhi chief minister’s resignation, Bhushan said it was very clear to the AAP that both the Congress and the BJP would not let it clear even minor initiatives, let alone the Jan lokpal Bill.
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AAP TO REBORN: The AAP government in Delhi may have turned from ashes to dust. But perhaps an AAP phoenix was rising from the rubble, with an unchained Arvind Kejriwal at its helm.
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