New Delhi: At the end of his sojourn in the hills, a "fresh and energetic" Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will be in the thick of action with ministers and officials prepared to brief him on crucial developments including the setback in the Delhi High Court.
An AAP functionary said that Kejriwal, who will return to the capital late tonight, will be briefed by senior party leaders and his Csabinet ministers on a host of issues that took place in his absence.
"Returning from 10-day Vipassna course. Feeling v fresh n energetic," Kejriwal tweeted earlier today. Soon after, he shared an article, critical of the Court order, written by AAP leader Ashish Khetan.
The Court order had come at a time when Kejriwal was attending a vipassana session at a meditation centre at Dharamkot in Himachal Pradesh, where he had no access to newspapers, telephone and social media.
The AAP chief used to start his day at 4.30 AM every day during the session.
The Chief Minister has so far not reacted to the verdict which stamped the primacy of Lt Governor in administration of Delhi. The government has already announced it would move Supreme Court against the order.
"The CM will be briefed by senior AAP leaders about several issues including the Court order either at his residence or the Delhi Secretariat," an official said.