The tenets of Swaraj, rules of the assembly and the Aam Aadmi Party's ideology were some of the points which party chief Arvind Kejriwal tried to drum into all the winning candidates who will be first time legislators in Delhi.
After meeting Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung over the party forming the next government in Delhi, Kejriwal held a session with the party's 28 winning candidates at the Constitution Club in the heart of the capital.
The six-hour marathon session was also about the functioning of the legislators, party members told IANS.
Senior party leaders Yogendra Yadav and Gopal Rai also took part in the session.
"We told them about the basic principles of our party," Rai told IANS.
For Rakhi Birla, who is likely be a minister in Kejriwal's cabinet, the session was "enriching".
"Whatever we have been told, we will follow," she said.
Party leaders said more such sessions will be held in the future.