Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief ArvindKejriwal will take oath as Delhi Chief Minister for the third time today on thecapital's Ramlila Maidan following his social gathering's beautiful victory onthis month's meeting election.
Mr. Kejriwal's AAP had scooped up 62 of the Delhi's 70 seats, leaving simply eight for the opposition BJP, in a near-identical result to the 2015 polls. Kejriwal invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi, seven BJP parliamentarians who characterize the town and all eight newly-elected BJP MLAs to his swearing-in ceremony. The Prime Minister, nevertheless, is scheduled to go to his constituency Varanasi to inaugurate numerous tasks and is prone to not attend the swearing-in.
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