Invoking a multi-religious order, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday called the journey of AAP from a fledgling party to the pinnacle of power in the national capital as a "miracle of god".
"Today is a historic day... And who would have thought of it?...It is definitely a miracle of God. I thank Parmeshwar, Pita Paramatma, Ishwar, Allah and Wahe Guru for this," Kejriwal said in his speech after being sworn in as Chief Minister, drawing lusty cheers.
He thanked the "Supreme Being" for letting his party "usher in a revolution" in a "system gone down the drain".
"Corruption has taken the country to its lowest point...And, two years ago, one could not even imagine such a revolution that the corrupt shall be overthrown and people's rule will be established. It is a miracle of God. And I thank the Supreme Being," he said.
Kejriwal in his 20-minute speech promised to the people a "corruption-free government" and a new style of governance without "arrogance of power".