Arvind Kejriwal led the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to claim second landslide victory in the assembly elections of Delhi and will be sworn in on the 16th of February. This will be the third time in succession that he will sit on the Chief Minister’s chair.
On the 16th of February, apart from many MLAs, Arvind Kejriwal will have a special guest and that special guest is none other than the 1 year old child who rose to the fame because of his viral picture on social media where he was spotted dressed a baby version of Arvind Kejriwal at the AAP office.
AAP chief, Arvind Kejriwal, will take the oath, yet again, for the Chief Ministership at the Ramlila Maidan in Delhi on the 16th of February, keeping it a public ceremony.
The ceremony will begin at 10:00 AM at the same place where Kejriwal along with Anna Hazare, in 2011, led their fight against corruption.
The kid wore AAP cap, spectacles, a moustache, sweater and even the iconic muffler associated with AAP leader, Arvind Kejriwal. AAP called him the mini version “Mufflerman”.
Today, AAP made a huge announcement via their official Twitter handle saying “Baby Mufflerman is invited to the swearing in ceremony of @ArvindKejriwal on 16th Feb. Suit up Junior!”.
See the Tweet:
According to the party sources, the newly elected Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs) to make sure there is participation from their respective constituencies. On the 11th February, AAP won 62 seats in the 70 seats assembly of the national capital. BJP won 8 and Congress repeated their tally from 2015 Assembly elections and stayed at 0 seats.
At the AAP Headquarters, Manish Sisodia, senior AAP leader and Deputy Chief Minister of the now dissolved Delhi government said that along with Arvind Kejriwal, all the cabinet ministers will also be sworn in.
It is speculated that the AAP young guns, now MLAs, Atishi Marlena and Raghav Chadha can also be sworn in. However, according to a leading news agency, sources from AAP are saying that the senior leaders of AAP do not want to make changes to the existing combination and will retain all the ministers, including Manish Sisodia.