From metro to cabinet meet, this was Arvind Kejriwal's day

Updated: December 28, 2013 15:29 IST
Wearing his trademark white cap, Arvind Kejriwal was sworn in today as Delhi's youngest chief minister, as an estimated one lakh people cheered for him at Ramlila Maidan, a massive public park in the heart of the city.
From metro to cabinet meet, this was Arvind Kejriwal\'s day
Arvind Kejriwal was sworn in as Delhi's youngest chief minister as an estimated one lakh people cheered for him at Ramlila Maidan, a massive public park in the heart of the city. Keeping with his decision to use public transport, he rode the metro to the ceremony.

In this picture, Arvind Kejriwal arrives at the Kaushambi Metro station.

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From metro to cabinet meet, this was Arvind Kejriwal\'s day
His decision to use public transport echoes his pre-poll promise to end the VIP culture of Delhi's political elite.

Here, supporters and media personnel crowd around Arvind Kejriwal as he prepares to board a train at the Kaushambi Metro station.

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From metro to cabinet meet, this was Arvind Kejriwal\'s day
Wearing his trademark white cap, Arvind Kejriwal takes the oath-of-office as chief minister of Delhi.

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From metro to cabinet meet, this was Arvind Kejriwal\'s day
Arvind Kejriwal speaks to the crowd after being sworn-in as chief minister.

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From metro to cabinet meet, this was Arvind Kejriwal\'s day
Arvind Kejriwal and his ministers wave after taking their oaths of office.

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From metro to cabinet meet, this was Arvind Kejriwal\'s day
A supporter holds a broom, the symbol of Aam Aadmi Party, and greets leader Arvind Kejriwal, inside car, after he was sworn in as the chief minister of Delhi.

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From metro to cabinet meet, this was Arvind Kejriwal\'s day
Arvind Kejriwal and his ministers pay a visit to Rajghat, the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi.

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From metro to cabinet meet, this was Arvind Kejriwal\'s day
Arvind Kejriwal greets the media after assuming the office of the Chief Minister.

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From metro to cabinet meet, this was Arvind Kejriwal\'s day
The Delhi cabinet decided that no minister or government official will be allowed to use the red beacon or lal batti that signals a VIP's car and confers right of way.

The cabinet also said that ministers will not be provided escort vehicles, though some may be allowed security depending on threat assessments.

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From metro to cabinet meet, this was Arvind Kejriwal\'s day
Arvind Kejriwal announced that he would keep key portfolios including Home, Finance, Power, and Vigilance.

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