James Bevan pays courtesy call to Kejriwal
New Delhi: The High Commissioner of Britain to India, James Bevan today paid a courtesy visit to the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind at his office in Delhi Secretariat on Saturday.
During the meeting, Bevan expressed a keen interest in the functioning of the New Delhi government and wanted to know about the priorities of the chief minister.
Kejriwal also gifted a copy of his book, Swaraj, to the High Commissioner requesting him to provide a feedback about it.
Bevan congratulated Kejriwal on his victory and invited him to visit Britain.
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