What Kejriwal's govt achieved in its 49 days
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What Kejriwal's govt achieved in its 49 days

In the seven weeks since its stunning victory in the assembly polls, the Kejriwal govt has come in for heavy criticism over a series of stand-offs with the authorities. Poll: Will AAP improve their tally in the next Delhi polls as a result of their decision?

india Updated: Feb 15, 2014 15:03 IST
HT correspondents
HT correspondents
Hindustan Times
Arvind Kejriwal,AAP,Jan Lokpal Bill

In the seven weeks since its stunning victory in the assembly polls, the Kejriwal government has come in for heavy criticism over a series of stand-offs with the authorities — including its law minister’s ‘vigilante’ action against Africans and the CM’s own dharna demanding greater control over the police.

Here is a detailed report card of the AAP government in Delhi — their actions and controversies.



Dec 28: Arvind Kejriwal takes oath as chief minister with six ministers at Ramlila Maidan.

Jan 2: AAP government wins trust vote.

Jan 3: AAP MLA MS Dhir elected Assembly Speaker.

Jan 5: Shoaib Iqbal threatens to withdraw support over Kumar Vishwas’ remarks against minority community.

Jan 17: AAP puts rebel MLA Vinod Kumar Binny on notice.

Jan 24: Cong to carry out referendum on pulling plug on AAP govt after LS polls.

Jan 26: Binny expelled from AAP for anti-party activities.

Jan 27: Binny wraps up dharna against AAP within four hours.

Feb 2: Binny threatens to withdraw support.

Feb 10: Independent MLA Rambir Shokeen withdraws support.


Dec 29: Delhi Jal Board chief transferred.
Dec 30: 700 litres of free water announced for households with regular water connection.
Dec 31: 50% power subsidy for those consuming up to 400 units.
Jan 1: CAG audit of power discoms ordered.
Jan 6: L-G backs CAG audit.
Jan 10: Helpline to report power cuts.
Jan 31: Govt threatens to cancel discom licences over outages.
Feb 3: DERC asked to cancel licences of discoms.

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Jan 6: 800 DJB employees transferred.

Jan 8: Anti-corruption help line announced, launched on Jan 13.

Feb 6: Fresh probe in Commomwealth Games’ street light project.

Feb 7: Probe into fi nancial irregularities in construction of Salimgarh Bypass.

Feb 10: Probe in three DJB ‘scams’.



Jan 4: Quota for Delhi students in DU colleges promised.

Jan 5: AAP volunteers take rounds of government hospitals to take stock of facilities.

Jan 7: Nursery admission helpline announced.

Jan 8: Infrastructure audit of government schools started.


Jan 4: Kejriwal refuses to take Duplex house, refuses security.

Read:Kejriwal hits and runs, pulls plug on own govt after failing to table jan lokpal bill


Dec 28: Nine officials transferred, red beacons banned.
Jan 15: Govt says will remove Millennium Depot from Yamuna riverbed.
Jan 18: CM requests L-G to replace fi ve senior ACB offi cials.
Jan 23: Eight senior Delhi government offi cials transferred.
Jan 28: CAG audit of DIMTS (it operates the BRT in Delhi) ordered.
Jan 29: Govt seeks SIT probe into 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
Feb 2: Govt plans to do away with MLA fund.
Feb 3: Cabinet clears Delhi Lokpal Bill.
Feb 4: Kejriwal promises to include Northeast history in school texts.
Feb 9: Govt plans to scrap the Bhagidari scheme.
Feb 12: Cabinet approves decision to hold special assembly session in a stadium.
Feb 13: Govt fails to table Jan Lokpal Bill in assembly, blames BJP and Cong for disruption.



Jan 7: Law minister Somnath Bharti’s bid to summon HC judges sparks row.

Jan 10: Bill waiver announced for those who took part in power tariff protest.

Jan 11: Chaos at Kejriwal’s janata darbar; scrapped two days later.

Jan 16: Somnath Bharti/ Rakhi Birla late night raids row surfaces.

Jan 18: Kejriwal defends night vigils by ministers.

Jan 19: Delhi police registers criminal case against Bharti and supporters for allegedly misbehaving with African women in Khirki.

Jan 20: Kejriwal sits on a dharna at Rail Bhawan against the Centre, Delhi Police.

Jan 24: Somnath Bharti skips DCW hearing, goes kite fl ying.

Feb 8: Kejriwal reiterates that the Jan Lokpal Bill will not be sent to the Centre for its nod.

Feb 11: Kejriwal orders FIRs against Mukesh Ambani, Veerappa Moily and Milind Deora for increasing the price of natural gas produced in India.

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First Published: Feb 15, 2014 09:34 IST