The Arvind Kejriwal government, which in its previous 49-day tenure had resigned over the failure to get the bill passed in the Delhi Assembly last year, does not want to “rush” this time.
On February 14, 2015, exactly a year to the day he resigned, Kejriwal spoke again, as Chief Minister.
On whether he will contest from the New Delhi constituency, Kejriwal said the party will take a decision on the issue.
Proposes to lower age to contest polls from 25 to 21.
Kejriwal proposed to double the number of judges in courts across the country in the next five year.
In this Idea Exchange moderated by Senior Editor (Legal Affairs) Maneesh Chhibber, Justice Mukul Mudgal, who probed IPL betting and fixing and was among those AAP claims to have consulted on Jan Lokpal Bill, talks about the game, Kejriwal govt.
Party leaders Prashant Bhushan and Kejriwal advocated the implementation of RTI act within political parties.
Delhi Congress president Arvinder Singh Lovely said the party would “expose the lies” of the BJP too in the coming days.
After Lt-Governor Najeeb Jung rejected the erstwhile AAP government’s recommendation to hold fresh elections, the party is now looking at legal options to compel dissolution of the Assembly and fresh polls in Delhi. Sources in the party said that possibilities included the resignation of all 27 AAP MLAs and challenging the Union Cabinet’s recommendation in […]
He dismissed allegation that Congress colluded with BJP against Kejriwal government.
Ahmed’s comments come two days after Kejriwal quit, alleging a nexus between Congress and BJP to ensure that Jan Lokpal bill was not passed.
BJP will also prepare a pamphlet highlighting the “misdeeds” of the AAP and these will be distributed to each household.
Congress said its opposition to Jan Lokpal was limited to the manner in which it was being introduced.
With Arvind Kejriwal set to devote most of his time to the Lok Sabha elections, AAP is likely to turn to Manish Sisodia to lead the party.
Vardhan alleged that Kejriwal’s resignation was part of a “script prepared by the Congress”.