Arvind the DELHI Eighth CM
14 02 2015
No women in Delhi Cabinet.
Arvind the DELHI Eighth CM has projected himself with colossal sum of money gathered with fair and unfair means, the most honest political leader in offing, the most misrepresenting persona who has been put on litmus test by his various mentors publicly denouncing his leadership, but the Delhi citizen big chunk of which comes from lower strata has put their aspirations on new cadre of drama-nautanki politicians their vision smarlt decorated with 70 promises along with frugal fiscal at their disposal . Freebees but no work culture when most of our government machinery fail to deliver in ordinary course people of Delhi watch new rulers of its kind with amuse, wait for the curtain raise ceremony at Ramlila Ground. So watch for real Ramlila or Krishna Lila to follow suit.
Many political experts believe that the nation is still floating on its wing as troll in water but if it has to achieve the heights it must have sophisticated engine to which we lack the meritocracy is still to be now where as the new entrepreneurs find it many hoops to tread.Most of the rulers get into excessive enjoy rather than workaholic culture so the remedy lies in technocrats who understands the tech political science , we don’t need only vertical educated people but horizontally educated people to create synergy,innovation and convergence. Vertical educated can be classical eloquent leader but he fails to convert opportunity into success. Still as citizen of Delhi our good wishes to new leaders but the road of responsibilities are humongous starting from providing and fixing professional people in Food for all, Education, Health, Finance Government machinery, Employment for all , social security to senior citizen, excellent people transport system, houses, roads and drain connected to water harvesting, on environment tress plantations and on the top of it the maintenance part of the exiting structure and reinventing its workers and labour class to motivate them to work with pride. To fulfill the abovesaid promises we need extra smart professionals and people of integrity to monitor the state. But when we have built the foundation on half truth shall we succeed is trillion dollar Q ?
Arvind Kejriwal to be sworn in as CM of Delhi today; Manish Sisodia and five others to also take oath as ministers.Arvind Kejriwal will take over as Chief Minister of Delhi today. Lt Governor Najeeb Jung will administer him the oath of office and secrecy at Ramlila Maidan at 12 noon. Six other Aam Aadmi Party leaders – Manish Sisodia, Asim Ahmed Khan, Sandeep Kumar, Satyendar Jain, Gopal Rai and Jitender Singh Tomar will also be sworn-in as ministers.
President Pranab Mukherjee Friday night appointed Mr Kejriwal as Chief Minister of Delhi with effect from the date he is sworn-in. A Home Ministry statement said, the President also signed an order to revoke Central rule in Delhi from today. AAP sources said, Mr Kejriwal is expected to keep the key portfolios of Home, Power and Finance with himself, while giving Education, PWD and Urban Development to his confidante Manish Sisodia, who will also be the Deputy Chief Minister.
Sources said, Satyendar Jain, who had handled the Health and Industry portfolios in the earlier AAP rule, is expected to retain the same portfolios. Gopal Rai, a senior party leader and Political Affairs Committee member, is tipped be to the next Transport and Labour Minister. Sandeep Kumar, a lawyer by profession, is likely to handle Women and Child Welfare Department and SC and ST Welfare, while Jitender Singh Tomar, also a lawyer, is expected to handle the Law Department. Asim Ahmed Khan is likely to be given the charge of Food and Civil Supplies and Minority Affairs ministries.
In the recent Delhi Assembly elections, AAP staged a historic victory sweeping 67 of the 70 seats leaving BJP with only 3 seats. This will be Mr Kejriwal’s second term as Delhi Chief Minister. He had resigned in February last year after running a 49-day government with the support of Congress.