Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's father, Govind Ram Kejriwal, along with local residents on Sunday organised a 'Hawan' at a temple in Kausambi area here, praying for his son to fulfil all promises made during the election campaign.
The senior Kejriwal, a retired government official, said that the AAP-led government would complete its tenure as people are supporting his son.
"We have organised the Hawan so that Kejriwal could be able to fulfil his all promises made during elections," Govind Kejriwal told reporters.
Asked whether his son should take security cover, the senior Kejriwal said God is his protector and he will look after him.
When Asked if anything has changed after Kejriwal became CM, he said "no".
"He loves us a lot and is a very good person. Whenever he goes outside, he takes my blessing by touching my foot. After being CM, he is doing the same thing," he said.
He said that his son has faith in God and he would easily tackle all challenges.