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      Arvind Kejriwal is an Indian anti corruption activist turned politician who is the 7th Chief Minister of Delhi. He is the National Convener of the Aam Aadmi party (AAP), a political party that was launched in November 2012. Kejriwal had been a social activist long before he entered the world of politics and his main motive of venturing into this field was so that he could serve the country. As a teenager he had trouble deciding which career to pursue: medicine or engineering. Eventually he decided to go for engineering and set his eyes on entering the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). Stubbornly refusing to give the entrance exam at any other college, he appeared only for the IIT entrance—and cleared it at the first try. As a student he realized that his passion lay not in making money, but in serving his country. He started working for the Indian Revenue Service (IRS) and also became involved in social activism. His involvement in the ‘Parivartan’ movement earned him a Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership. Later on he became involved with Anna Hazare in his India Against Corruption (IAC) movement following which he launched the Aam Aadmi Party. He became the Chief Minister of Delhi in December 2013 but resigned after just 49 days.

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      Who is Arvind Kejriwal?

      Arvind Kejriwal is the CM of Delhi.
      Arvind Kejriwal led Aam Aadmi Party to unprecedented victory in Delhi Assembly elections. The party won 67 seats out of 70 seats of the assembly. BJP+ won the remaining 3 seats. All exit polls predicted win for AAP but none could predict the sweep.

      His party (AAP), got a clear majority by winning 67 out of 70 seats in Delhi assembly elections 2015.

      Arvind Kejriwal Factsheet

      Current PositionCM of Delhi
      MLA, New Delhi constituency Age47 DOBAug 16, 1968 Place of BirthSiwani, Bhiwani district, Haryana ReligionHindu EducationMechanical Engineering from IIT Kharagpur Profession before joining politicsMechanical Engineer, Civil Services.
      Worked for the Indian Revenue Service (IRS) as a Joint Commissioner in the Income Tax Department.
      Kejriwal studied mechanical engineering at IIT Kharagpur and then from 1989 he worked for Tata Steel. He left that job in 1992. He spent some time in Kolkata, at the Ramakrishna Mission in North-East India and at Nehru Yuva Kendra. Kejriwal joined the Indian Revenue Service later in 1995 after qualifying through the Civil Services Examination. In 2000, he took two years' of paid leave to pursue higher education with a bond for at least three years after studies. He rejoined in 2003 and worked for 18 months and took unpaid leave for 18 months. In February 2006, he resigned from his position as a Joint Commissioner of Income Tax in New Delhi. The Government of India claimed that Kejriwal has to bond amount. The dispute ran for several years and in 2011, Kerjiwal paid the bond amount.

      SpouseSunita Kejriwal Children1 son 1 daughter AchievementsHe played a major role in implementing the Right to Information Act (RTI) at the basic level
      He was awarded Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership in 2006
      He has written a book Swaraj Important positions held Joint Commissioner, Indian Revenue Service (IRS) in the Income Tax Department.
      Arvind Kejriwal had worked extensively for implementation of Central Right to Information Act. He had followed the right to information act, Delhi. In the year 2006, he was awarded with Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership. He invested all the prize money in his NGO for various social causes.


      Chief Minister of Delhi- 28 December 2013 to 14 February 2014. Arvind Kejriwal is a social activist and politician. He is the CM designate of Delhi as his party AAP won 67 of the 70 assembly seats of Delhi.
      Arvind Kehriwal was born on 16th June, 1968, in district Hissar of Haryana. He completed his mechanical engineering studies in the year 1989 from IIT kharagpur, West Bengal. After graduation he joined Tata Steel and worked there till 1992, when he cracked civil services examination. He got selected for Indian Revenues Services and joined as a Joint Commissioner at Income tax office in New Delhi. But he took leave from the office in the year 2000 and started a NGO named Privartran. In February, 2006 he formally resigned from the job and started working actively in various social causes.

      He launched the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in 2012. A former Indian Revenue Service officer, he is better known for his key role in drafting the Jan Lokpal Bill.

      In 1999, Kejriwal founded Parivartan, an NGO aiming to assist the citizens in electricity, income tax and food ration-related matters.
      First, he was an engineer at Tata Steel. Then, additional commissioner of income tax in New Delhi. Later he founded a non-profit, Parivartan, that used India’s Right to Information Act to expose alleged inefficiencies in federal departments, whether public works, taxation or electricity.

      He won the 2006 Ramson Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership for his contribution to empower the poorest at the grassroots level and implement the Right to Information Act (RTI). He created a corpus fund with the award money and founded the NGO ‘Public Cause Research Foundation’ in 2006.
      His main motto is to create a corruption free society. He received overwhelming response on the national as well as global front. He sees corruption as a symptom and not as the main problem. He also integrates it with prevailing poverty in the country. Lack of basic amenities and shortage of resources give rise to corruption.



      Kejriwal also published a book called Swaraj in 2012. Arvind Kejriwal was sworn in as Delhi Chief Minister for the first time on 28 December 2013 at the Ramlila Maidan and formed the government with Congress's support.
      Arvind Kejriwal will take oath as Chief Minister of Delhi on 14 February 2015.

      However, his tenure lasted for only 49 days as he decided to resign from his post after both BJP and Congress turned adamant and put their foot down against giving clearance to Aam Aadmi Party's Jan Lokpal Bill.
      Parivartan is one of his prominent moves to work towards a corruption free nation. It is run by few volunteers who had indeed helped several people in overcoming their problems while standing hard against corruption. Parivartan has done extensive work in the fields of public distribution system and education. It is still active in bringing out the maximum benefits from RTI.



      One Year of Kejriwal Government

      Kejriwal’s one-year-old government has seen quite a few hits and misses. While he started the AAP government started delivering on the promises of subsidy on power consumption, the government was put in the dock when a rift within party came out in open after Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan were kicked out of the party.
      While, he was working in IRS, he started a NGO in Delhi, Parivartan. It was established to make the country corruption free. The basic agenda of this society was to remove corruption from the system of government. It helped people who were facing problem due to corrupted system. The NGO also worked a lot in the field of education and also for public distribution system. Today also, Parivartan is working to improve the working inside the government offices and providing benefits of RTI to the people. Arvind Kejrival is involved in the development of the Central Right to Information Act and also in RTI Delhi.

      Some of the promises that the AAP government kept include regularisation of unauthorised colonies, launching anti-corruption helpline, and providing licences to e-rickshaws. What brought much ill repute to AAP government is the constant spat with the Centre.
      To tackle this problem he believes in granting more governing power in hands of people. He emphasises on decentralisation of the power and distributing it to the smaller factors of governance. Empowering panchayats and gram sabhaas is his next plan of action.

      Kejriwal not only accused the LG Najeeb Jung of rendering an elected government ineffective, he took pot-shots at Delhi police chief B. S. Bassi for not being "competent enough" to ensure the safety of the people.

      Personal background of Arvind Kejriwal

      Arvind Kejriwal was born on 16 August 1968 in Bhiwani, Haryana, to a well-educated couple, Gobind Ram Kejriwal and Gita Devi. Arvind Kejriwal has a younger brother and a younger sister.
      Two days back a (C-Voter) survey indicated that Aam Aadmi Party started by Kejriwal will get more than 20 per cent vote in Delhi Elections in November. It is a great success.

      His father, Gobind Ran Kejriwal, was an electrical engineer from the Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra. His father’s work related transfers led him to several different places. Consequently, Arvind Kejriwal had to spend his childhood mostly in towns like Ghaziabad, Hisar and Sonepat.
      Presently he lives in National Capital region near Delhi with his wife Sunita and two kids. He has made a team of capable and enthusiastic persons from various walks of life and together they are working for the betterment of the country's future. Arvind Kejriwal has a clear vision and an effective plan to execute it. Being a youth icon he realizes his responsibility and has a long way to go.

      He studied at the Campus School in Hisar. Arvind Kejriwal graduated in mechanical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, in 1989. He also spent some time at the Ramkrishna Mission and Nehru Yuva Kendra in Kolkata.
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      Kejriwal is married to Sunita, his batch mate from the National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie. She is an IRS officer. They have two children - a daughter, Harshita, and a son, Pulkit. Arvind Kejriwal is a pure vegetarian and has been a regular practitioner of Vipassana.
      Based on a letter written by eminent people that included Yogendra Yadav, Arvind broke his fast and announced that he will form a political party.



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      Professional background of Arvind Kejriwal before entering politics

      After completing his studies in mechanical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, he joined Tata Steel.
      In a television interview, Kejriwal claimed that thousands are coming to listen to him in election rallies while the other two parties' meetings are getting only hundreds.

      He took leave of absence from the company so that he could concentrate on the Civil Services examination. In 1992 he quit his job. In the same year he cleared the Civil Services examination and joined the Indian Revenue Service.
      Rivals attacked him saying Mr. Kejriwal had been angling to quit, hoping to run for a higher office in national elections scheduled later in the year. During his tenure as chief minister, Mr. Kejriwal slashed electricity prices by nearly half, emerging as a hero for the poor.

      In February 2006, he resigned from the post of Joint Commissioner in the Income Tax Department. While working with the Income Tax department, he assisted in forming the NGO Parivartan in December 1999.

      How did Arvind Kejriwal join politics?

      During the nation-wide protests against corruption, Arvind Kejriwal had a difference of opinion with social activist Anna Hazare. Hazare wanted the Jan Lokpal movement to be politically neutral.
      Kejriwal wanted to start the political party and Anna Hazare was not in favour of it. The two men agreed on 19 September 2012 that their differences regarding a role in politics were irreconcilable. Kejriwal had support from two well-known people involved in the anti-corruption movement, Prashant Bhushan and Shanti Bhushan. On 2 October 2012, the anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi, Kejriwal announced that he was forming a political party and that the formal launch would be on 26 November, coinciding with the anniversary of India's adoption of its constitution in 1949.

      On the other hand, Kejriwal’s opinion was that as no progress had been attained through talks with different political parties, it was necessary to get directly involved in politics. An organisation named India Against Corruption conducted a survey in this regard.
      From a mechanical engineer to a firebrand leader, Arvind Kejriwal-the man who exit polls suggest will be New Delhi’s next chief minister-has had an eccentric run in Indian politics, including a brief spell in jail and time sleeping on the streets. Here’s a look at his Aam Aadmi Party and his signature achievements and setbacks.

      The result indicated support for politicisation. Others involved in the anti-corruption movement too had split opinions. While Kejriwal’s move was supported by Shanti Bhushan and Prashant Bhushan, others like Santosh Hegde and Kiran Bedi opposed it.

      On 19 September 2012, Anna Hazare and Arvind Kejriwal found that their differences over formation of a political party to replace India against Corruption movement were irreconcilable.
      Arvind Kejriwal is a striking example of emerging youth power of the nation. By playing an active role in core committee of Anna Hazare and leading masses from front, he has emerged as a youth icon.

      On 2 October 2012, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Kejriwal announced the formation of a political party. He mentioned that the party would be formally launched on 26 November 2012. The Constitution of India was adopted on this day in 1949.

      The party was launched in Delhi on the scheduled date and was called the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) or the Common Man's Party.
      Mr. Kejriwal won the Ramon Magsayay Award, sometimes likened to an Asia equivalent of the Nobel Prize, for his work at Parivartan. Fun fact: Former top cop Kiran Bedi, Mr. Kejriwal’s main rival in New Delhi’s voting this month, is also a recipient of the award.

      The party contested elections for the first time on 4 December 2013 for the Delhi legislative assembly. Arvind Kejriwal defeated Sheila Dikshit in the New Delhi assembly constituency, who had been the chief minister of Delhi for three successive terms. He was first sworn in as the Chief Minister on 28 Dec 2013. He governed Delhi for only 49 days as he resigned from the post in Feb 2014.

      Kejriwal's strategy for 2014 General Elections
      After Arvind Kejriwal's resignation from the CM's post in February, the AAP set its sights on the Lok Sabha polls.
      Kejriwal is married to Sunita, who is also an IRS officer and his batchmate from National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie.

      A month earlier than stepping down, Kejriwal had said that he would not contest the Parliamentary Elections. He later contested from the Varanasi parliamentary constituency in Uttar Pradesh against BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, alleging that the party members insisted him to do so. Kejriwal lost the elections with a margin of around four lakh votes.


      Arvind Kejriwal led AAP's run up to the 2015 Delhi Assembly Elections

      After 9 months of Governor's Rule in Delhi, the Elections Commission of India dissolved the Delhi Legislative Assembly.
      Aam Aadmi party won 28 seats and came second in The Delhi Assembly.

      This meant that Delhi had a date with fresh elections. Arvind Kejriwal led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) started making a strategy for the elections. Initially, the party released a list of 62 candidates for the elections. It later added eight other names.
      Another movement which has gained him fame and brought in lime light is the recent struggle for implementation of Lok Pal Bill in its true form. Being an active member of drafting committee and a strong follower of Anna Hazare, he has carved his own niche.

      Thus the party fielded its candidates in all 70 constituencies of Delhi as compared to 69 in the 2013 elections. AAP has resorted to innovative ways of raising funds for campaigning such as offering lunch and dinner with Kejriwal via subscriptions. The party also received funds online from the public. Social media sites too helped Kejriwal gain popularity among the masses.

      Historic Win in Delhi for AAP and Arvind Kejriwal's Re-election as the Chief Minister

      The National Capital Territory of Delhi went to polls on 7 February 2015 and saw a record electorate turnout of 67.14 percent. But the history was still to be made. Three days later, on 10 February 2015, the “Broom” of AAP swept the Delhi polls. The AAP registered a slam-bang victory by grabbing 67 seats of the available 70. The favourite BJP was compressed to be restricted to as minimal as three seats, while Congress and the rest were crushed to ashes, accounting for none. The chief and the CM candidate of AAP, Arvind Kejriwal himself won from the New Delhi assembly constituency with a margin of more than twenty six thousand votes.
      Arvind Kejriwal (born 16 August 1968) - Born in Haryana, Kejriwal is a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, where he studied Mechanical Engineering. He is a former Indian Revenue Service (IRS) and former Joint Commissioner in the Income Tax Department.

      He defeated the debutant Nupur Sharma of BJP and veteran Congress leader Kiran Walia. Kejriwal decided to take oath as the Chief Minister of Delhi on 14 February 2015 (a year after he had resigned from the same post), at the famous Ramlila Ground in Delhi.

      Highlights of Arvind Kejriwal’s Speech after Taking Oath as Delhi’s CM

      Arvind Kejriwal thanked people for their presence on his oath taking ceremony. He acknowledged their love for his party by making it win the Delhi Assembly election.
      During his life time, he had met Mother Teresa and was highly impressed by her selfless service attitude. During that period he had actively served people in Kaali ghat in West Bengal and followed the way shown by Mother Teresa.

      Referring to his party’s victory, he said, “When such a big victory comes, arrogance follows. We need to be humble”. Acknowledging his defeat in the Lok Sabha elections 2014, he said that his party was over ambitious, and was taught a lesson for this. He affirmed to make Delhi a secure and the first corruption-free city in India. He also opined that if any AAP volunteer does any wrong, the police must give him double the punishment. Showing his reservations against the VIP culture, he vowed to end it. He also promised to stay in Delhi and work for its development for five years.

      Achievement of Arvind Kejriwal

      • In 1999 Kejriwal helped in the foundation of Parivartan, an NGO aiming to assist the citizens in electricity, income tax and food ration-related matters.
      • Played a key role to empower the poorest at the grass-root level and implement the Right of Information Act (RTI).
      • Created a corpus fund with the award money he received from the Magsaysay Award, and with that founded the NGO called Public Cause Research Foundation in 2012.
      • A committee constituted by the Government of India inducted Arvind Kejriwal as a representative member of the civil society to draft the Lokpal Bill.
      • Participated in drafting the Jan Lokpal bill.
      • Arvind Kejriwal became the architect of the movement that was started by Anna Hazare -- the Jan Lokpal that demanded Citizen’s Ombudsman Bill.
      • To fight corruption cases in government departments like Delhi Electricity Board, Income Tax Department, Municipal Corporation of Delhi and the likes, Kejriwal uses the Right To Information Act..
      • Exposed alleged corruption and irregularities of political parties and government agencies through press conferences.

      Awards Won by Kejriwal

      • Ashoka Fellow in 2004.
    • In 2005, the IIT Kanpur presented him with the Satyendra K. Dubey Memorial Award.
    • Ramon Magsaysay Award in 2006.
    • "Indian of the Year" award in 2006 from CNN-IBN.
    • In 2009, the IIT Kharagpur bestowed him with the Distinguished Alumnus Award.
    • Association for India’s Development awarded him a grant and fellowship in 2009.
    • The Economic Times Awards for Corporate Excellence awarded Kejriwal, along with Aruna Roy, the Policy Change Agent of the Year award in 2010.
    • In 2011, Kejriwal, along with Anna Hazare, received the Indian of the Year award from NDTV.

    Books on Arvind Kejriwal

    A Man With a Mission - Arvind Kejriwal

    'A Man With a Mission - Arvind Kejriwal' by Little Scholarz Editorial covers the journey of Arvind Kejriwal from a student to the Chief Minister of Delhi. The book explores the making of Arvind Kejriwal, the man. It brings forth the circumstances and experiences that turned him into an anti-corruption crusader.

    The Disruptor: Arvind Kejriwal and the Audacious Rise of the 'Aam Aadmi'


    The book by Gautam Chikermane and Soma Banerjee describes how an outsider to Indian politics encouraged the common man to question the current political system. It shows the meteoric rise of the Aam Aadmi Party from its formation to running Delhi in just 13 months. The book is about Kejriwal’s courage to question the governance and the looks into the way he brought together people from different walks of life to demand a change.
    Kejriwal was the civil society representative member of the committee constituted by the Government of India to draft a Jan Lokpal Bill, following a campaign in 2011 for introduction of such legislation that featured Anna Hazare.He was the architect of the Jan Lokpal movement started by Anna Hazare demanding Citizen's Ombudsman Bill.



    Book written by Arvind Kejriwal

    Swaraj

    'Swaraj' by Arvind Kejriwal questions the present democratic system in India and suggests the way people can achieve true Swaraj (self-rule). The book proposes a model of governance which is based on Gandhi's concept of Swaraj or "Home-Rule". Kejriwal states that power should not be concentrated in a few hands in New Delhi but should be in the hands of 'Gram Sabhas' and 'Mohalla Sabhas' so that the people have the right to take decisions that affect their lives.


    Status of Arvind Kejriwal and other candidates from New Delhi Assembly Constituency (Delhi)

    The table below shows the status of Arvind Kejriwal and other candidates from New Delhi vidhan sabha seat with their party names and symbols along with the votes secured by each candidate.

    Candidate NamePolitical PartySymbolStatusvotes Arvind KejriwalAAPWinner57213 Nupur SharmaBJPRunner up25630 Kiran WaliaINCRunner up4781 Swami Om JiABHMRunner up373 Rakesh KumarBSPRunner up168 Anil KumarINDRunner up192 Ravi KumarNCPRunner up100 Sunil Kumar KandukuriINDRunner up94 Mohd. Siraj SahilSamras Samaj PartyRunner up48 Sanjeev ChhibberNADPRunner up45 AJITGareeb Aadmi PartyRunner up34 Professor R N SinghVSPRunner up30

    Blogs about Arvind Kejriwal


    Aam Aadmi Party government is more than two years old. It came to Delhi with high expectation and high hopes as the people gave its agenda an overwhelming thumbs up. However, the highlight of the two years of the government has been its tussle with the Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najib Jung and indeed the BJP led NDA government at the center. It has accused the BJP of not letting it work and blamed the LG for stalling its good work. ...Read More

    It is rather easy to identify the biggest achievement of the Aam Aadmi Party government in the first five months of being at the helm of power in Delhi - the success of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in remaining in news and hogging the headlines! If at all there has been a Chief Minister amongst 29 others, who continuously made news nationally yet remained untainted with scams, it was Kejriwal. (Yet another Chief Minister making news is Madhya Pradesh’s Shivraj ..Read More

    Never before in independent India did the battle to rule Delhi assume such a bitter turn as it is now. In the last six months, the battle for supremacy in the national capital between the Aam Aadmi Party government- duly elected with overwhelming majority- and the city’s Lieutenant Governor (LG) has not just tested the limits of the country’s federal structure, but also the jurisdiction of an elected government. It exposed the complexities involved in governing a city-state that is ...Read More

    Towards the end of May, at a time when the clash between Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung and Delhi’s Aam Aadmi Party government snowballed into a major controversy, Manish Sisodia - the deputy chief minister of Delhi, tried to give the whole issue a certain dimension by saying that his government was actually fighting for the people. “We are not fighting for personal gains, but for the people's rights, their benefit, and against corruption,” Sisodia said at the much publicised 'Janta ...Read More

    The ongoing public spat between Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over the control of Delhi administration has exposed the grey areas in governance that require immediate redressal to ensure against any such crisis in the city state of Delhi. The immediate provocation was the appointment of Shakuntala Gamlin as acting Chief Secretary of Delhi by the Lieutenant Governor in spite of Kejriwal’s strong opposition on 15th May this year. This made the Chief Minister cry foul ...Read More
    An Intelligence Bureau (IB) report of 19 December 2014 titled 'Spate of Cases of Suicide by Farmers' alerted the current government about the rising trend in cases of farmers’ committing suicides in states like Maharashtra, Punjab, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Telangana. The reasons cited in the IB report for the spurt in the trend of farmers’ suicides included uneven rains, drought, floods and hailstorms that affect the crop yield, along with certain man-made factors like pricing policies ...Read More
    Reasons may be entirely different, but happenings on 27 March, just a day ahead of the turbulent Aam Aadmi Party’s national council meet, showed marked similarity between the sanitation staff of the BJP-ruled Delhi Municipal Corporation and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. While the sanitation staff littered the roads of Delhi with garbage in protest of delayed salary, Kejriwal’s gutter talks against his perceived detractors within the party - the triumvirate of Yogendra Yadav, Professor Anand Kumar and Prashant Bhushan ...Read More
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