Arvind Kejriwal swung into action on the first day
in office after being sworn in as the seventh chief
minister of Delhi.
On his first day in office, Kejriwal worked for six
hours and transferred nine senior bureaucrats,
including the CEO of the Delhi Jal Board
Chasing his promises of a corruption-free Delhi
with better civic amenities, the Aam Aadmi Party
(AAP) leader held his first cabinet meeting,
issuing a decree against government officials and
ministers using red beacons in their vehicles.
“No minister or official in Delhi government will
use red beacons,” a top official said.