Arvind Kejriwal Taken Oath as the Youngest Chief Minister of Delhi

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal takes oath as the youngest chief minister of Delhi on Saturday.

Arvind Kejriwal handed over portfolios to his Ministers. Manish Sisodia to handle PWD, Urban Development and Education, Arvind Kejriwal to handle Power and Finance, Saurabh Bhardwaj to handle Transport, Rakhi Birla to handle Women and Child Welfare and Satyendra Jain to handle Health.

Security was tightened at the metro station after Kejriwal decided to take the metro to Ramlila Maidan from here to take oath as the Delhi Chief Minister. Kejriwal along with Manish Sisodia and other AAP supporters will take the train from Kausambi Metro Station around 11 AM.

Bio Data of Delhi's Next Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal

Arvind KejriwalName: Arvind Kejriwal
Date of Birth: 16 August, 1968
Father's Name: Gobind Ram Kejriwal
Mother's Name: Gita Devi
Present Address: A-119, Ground Floor, Kaushambi, Ghaziabad, UP
Permanent Address: Hisar, Haryana

Educational Qualifications:
  • Schooling: Campus School, Hisar
  • Mechanical engineering at IIT, Kharagpur

Work Experience:
  • Become MLA from New Delhi constituency after defeating incumbent Chef Minister Shiela Dikshit on 8th december, 2013
  • Founded a political outfit naming Aam Aadmi Party on 26th November, 2012
  • Founded a Non profit organization Parivartan in 2000
  • Served as Joint Commissioner of Income Tax Department from 1995-2006
  • Joined Tata Steel, Jamshedpur from 1989-92 after completing Engineering

Awards and Recognition:
  • 2004: Ashok Fellow, CIvic Engagement
  • 2005: SK Dubey Memorial Award, IIT Kanpur for his campaign on governmrnt transparency
  • 2006: Ramon Masaysay Award for Emergent leadership

Delhi Election 2013: BJP-32 and Aam Aadmi Party-28 Seats

After 15 long years in power the Congress was headed for a rout in Delhi, with the BJP on the winning track, but it was debutante Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) that put up a spectacular show in the battle for the 70-member assembly.
Alliance Results Change Total
BJP+ 32 +9 32
AAP 28 +28 28
Cong 8 -35 8
Others 2 -2 2