The swearing-in ceremony of the Delhi assembly Monday witnessed a colourful mix of languages including Punjabi, Maithli, Urdu, English and even Sanskrit much to the liking of those present in the house.
The newly sworn-in AAP government is looking to initiate discussions on its poll promises, including women's safety and cheaper electricity, in the brief two-day session of the Delhi Assembly which begins from Monday.
Anticipating a large crowd, Delhi Traffic Police on Friday advised commuters to avoid routes leading to Ramlila Maidan tomorrow where AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal will take oath as the eighth Chief Minister of Delhi.
Ahead of Arvind Kejriwal's oath ceremony as chief minister of the national capital, Aam Aadmi Party sources on Friday stated that the CM-designate is likely to hold the Finance, Home and Energy Ministry portfolios while giving Education Ministry, Public Works Department (PWD), urban development and Deputy CM's post to his confidante and senior party leader Manish Sisiodia.
Delhi is all set to get its youngest Assembly with the average age at 42 years, primarily due to 28 newly-elected MLAs, who fall in the 25-40 years age bracket, a 35 per cent rise as compared to the last Assembly.