Ahead of swearing in, Kejriwal calls Cabinet ministers for dinner
During the dinner meeting, Kejriwal will discuss with his Ministers initiatives that need to be prioritised and action items for the Delhi government in the coming three months.
A day ahead of taking oath as Delhi Chief Minister for the third time, AAP national convenor Arvind Kejriwal has called a dinner meeting of his Cabinet Ministers to discuss a roadmap for the capital city's development.
According to party functionaries, Kejriwal will discuss with his Ministers initiatives that need to be prioritised and action items for the Delhi government in the coming three months.
The meeting will also focus on developing a roadmap to make Delhi a global city, they said.
Kejriwal will take oath along with his Cabinet at Ramlila Maidan on Sunday.
The AAP won 62 seats in the 70-member Delhi Assembly, while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) bagged the remaining eight seats. The Congress drew a blank for the second consecutive time.
Preparations are in full swing at Ramlila Maidan for the event. The ground, which served as the battleground for the 51-year-old bureaucrat-turned-politician during the Anna Hazare-led India Against Corruption movement, is getting decked up and workers are busy making arrangements.
"We had leveled the ground during the PM's event that took place recently. So, other groundwork needs to be done. We have handed over the charge to the Delhi government and its PWD is making other necessary arrangements," a senior NDMC official said on Friday.
Senior AAP leader Gopal Rai was supposed to visit the Ramlila Maidan on Saturday to assess the preparations for the event.
Kejriwal had earlier this week extended an invitation to Delhiites to attend his oath-taking ceremony to "bless their son".