Delhi Preps for Arvind Kejriwal's Big Swearing In Ceremony
Updated: February 14, 2015 09:47 IST
Arvind Kejriwal will take oath as Delhi's chief minister at around noon today at the Ramlila grounds, a sprawling public park which is being prepared for the big event.
Delhi celebrates with AAP: Thousands gather at Ramlila Maidan as Arvind Kejriwal prepares to take oath as Delhi Chief Minister.
No VIP enclosure for AAP: AAP sources said VIP enclosure would be used for those invited by the Lieutenant Governor and the Central Government and not by their MLAs.
This Gandhiji lookalike is here all the way from Kuwait.
Six ministers will also be sworn in at the sprawling Ramlila grounds.
The stage is all set for Delhi's new Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal.
Meet the supporters of AAP: A man who called himself "Kejri-Mor". He is dressed like a peacock, with pictures of AAP and Mr Kejriwal on his feathers. Also present is "mini-Kejriwal," a four-year-old dressed up like the AAP chief.
At Ramlila Maidan: Quench your thirst with special drinks called 'AAP ka Cola.'
Six-year-old Ayaan and a little friend wearing their Kejriwal colours with pride!
One supporter has fashioned a broom: This supporter has turned AAP's election symbol into a gun and has called it AK- 67. That combines with Mr Kejriwal's initials and the number of seats his party has won in the 70-member Delhi Assembly, in a massive win that saw the two-year-old party crush the BJP and wipe out the Congress in the Delhi Assembly Elections 2015.