Notwithstanding reports of uncertainty surrounding the minority government, Arvind Kejriwal is likely to sail through the vote of confidence in the Delhi Assembly today. Ahead of the vote, the Congress made it clear that it will continue its support to the AAP government and there was no question of reviewing the decision. Read more here.
"I am confident that Arvind Kejriwal's government will win the trust vote," says Anna Hazare. "If they are fulfilling their promises and doing good work, why wouldnt they get the trust vote?," he adds. Read here
BJP's Jagdish Mukhi files nomination for the post of speaker of the Delhi assembly. Read here
Arvind Kejriwal will seek the trust of the House at 2 pm.
AAP MLA MS Dhir files nomination for Delhi Assembly Speaker post. Trust vote to be held after 5 pm.
We have the people's trust, says Arvind Kejriwal
We are not afraid... how long this government will survive, says Arvind Kejriwal. Read here
Ruckus in Delhi Assembly after BJP MLA's object to AAP MLA's wearing cap.
AAP minister Manish Sisodia moves trust motion in Delhi Assembly. "We didn't compromise to form the government," said Sisodia. Read here
"Arvind Kejriwal has joined hands with those whom he earlier promised to send behind bars," accuses Dr. Harshvardhan, BJP.
"Before the elections, Arvind Kejriwal told the people to vote for the most honest party and people of Delhi gave most seats to BJP," claims Dr. Harshvardhan, BJP.
Defending their allaince with Narendra Modi, Harshvardhan, further adds, "You (AAP) can ally with most corrupt party, but you will protest if we look for allies for Modi ji's govt in the future?"
Will Delhi govt probe foreign funding of NGOs which Kejriwal, Sisodia are part of?, questions Harshvardhan.
While accusing Arvind Kejriwal of meeting terrorists and their sympathizers, Harshvardhan also demanded that Kejriwal should apologise for the Kashmir remark and for Batla stand. Read more
We have decided that we cannot support such a government, concludes Harshvardhan.
Congress's Arvinder Singh Lovely mocks BJP, says, "Despite the storm BJP is still only in the Opposition." Read more
He further adds, "We heard VK Malhotra will become CM; Vijay Goel will be CM; and then Harshvardan will be CM. But that didn't happen. Same way, we hear Narendra Modi will be PM!"
BJP has the trend of 'in-waiting'.Like Harshvardhan n VK Malhotra, Modi too will remain PM in waiting-AK Lovely in Delhi Assembly
— rohinee singh (@rohinee17) January 2, 2014
The power dept does not has money to give subsidy on power. From whre will this money come from -Ak lovely to kejriwal @dna
— rohinee singh (@rohinee17) January 2, 2014
While addressing Kejriway, Lovely added, "Harshvardhan is being selective in his outrage; where ever you see you will find corruption in MCD."
"Congress chose to support the Aam Aadmi Party because it believed that this was what Delhiites wanted. Congress will support AAP for as long as it works for the good of people in Delhi," he added. Read more
The Congress Thursday warned the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government against taking hasty decisions that may ultimately "hurt" the national capital's residents.
"The party should stop taking decisions in haste that may ultimately end up hurting the people of Delhi. Such decisions will halt developmental issues," Congress' Arvinder Singh Lovely said in the Delhi assembly. Read more
Aam Aadmi Party wins trust vote, proves majority in House.
Terming the success of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) against Congress and BJP "a positive development", CPI(M) on Thursday said its future trajectory would depend on how it shapes its policies on economic and communal fronts. Read more
The minority Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government on Thursday won a critical trust vote in the Delhi assembly after all eight Congress legislators extended their support to it. Read more
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Thursday mocked at politicians who seek preferential treatment on the roads at the cost of the public.
Speaking in the assembly, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader said that one reason often cited to clear the roads when ministers travelled was that they cannot waste their time at traffic junctions. Read more
With over 500,000 new members and 300 offices coming up in all corners of the country in just around three weeks' time, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which had a dream debut in the Delhi polls, has its eyes firmly set on the coming general elections. Read more
After winning the trust vote with Congress support, ruling AAP may get its own Speaker in Delhi assembly on Friday though it does not have the numbers on its own. Read more
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday made it clear that his government will not spare those found involved in corruption irrespective of party affiliations as the Aam Aadmi Party was formed to root out graft from politics. Read more