Kejriwal said that by December 2017, residents will get drinking water from their taps, which he claimed will be better than RO purified water, this as the Delhi Jal Board will be provided with better water testing facilities.
Those interested in speaking to Chief Minister Kejriwal, or asking him questions on various issues concerning the Aam Aadmi Party government, can call on 011-41501367, 41501383 and 23346658 between 11 am and 1 pm on 14 February.
A 275 per cent increase in donations to the party in 2014-15 as compared to 2013-14 is being perceived as a widening of support base.
Arvind Kejriwal led the Aam Aadmi Party to a sweeping win in February last year in Delhi, where it secured 67 of the 70 seats. The party is now eyeing on Punjab Assembly elections.
The CBI had raided the office of Kumar, Principal Secretary to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, in December last year.
Punjab Congress president Capt Amarinder Singh accused AAP of “engaging in disruptive and destabilising tactics for short term political gains that could create anarchy”.
Arvind Kejriwal and his cabinet ministers will take questions on phone and present their report card briefing the people about their “achievements” during last one year at the function.
Delhi’s tussle with the Centre over governance of various bodies of administration has been a problem since early ’90s when the then Union Territory was made the National Capital Territory with partial powers of a state.
The MCD school teachers’ association which had gone on an indefinite strike on Monday in support of the agitating sanitation workers over non-payment of salaries, on Saturday called it off. The municipal corporation workers have been protesting since the last two weeks demanding immediate payment of their pending salaries. Meanwhile, there has been a constant […]
Jaitley said the right to freedom of speech and expression was “not absolute” and it “did not extend a licence to anyone to defame any other citizen having fundamental rights under the Constitution”.
The court observed that common people in the city are suffering owing to the ongoing tussle between the BJP-ruled MCD and the AAP-ruled Delhi government
The Arvind Kejriwal government in Delhi is set to complete one year in office even as the city stinks with garbage littered across its streets due to the strike by MCD workers over non-payment of their salaries.
“It is being projected as if Delhi govt was supposed to pay the salaries and it hasn’t released them,” said Kejriwal.
The Chief Minister also lauded personnel from the state’s public works department (PWD) for working the “whole night” to clear garbage and urged AAP functionaries to help the department men.
Hitting back at the AAP government, BJP leader Vijender Gupta described Sisodia’s call to supersede the three municipal corporations and hold fresh elections as a political strategy to weaken the civic bodies.