The one month of Delhi government led by Kejriwal has not only seen implementation of some of the promises (in some cases partially) AAP made before Delhi assembly election, but also generating several controversies by the actions of its ministers.
On the positive side, the Delhi government announced free supply of 20 kilolitres of water per month to domestic households with metered connections, reduction of power tariff by 50 per cent for first 400 units, besides ordering a CAG audit of power distribution companies.
AAP govt drew flak for holding dharna at Rail Bhavan
The government also launched anti-corruption helpline to curb graft in its administrative departments. Kejriwal and his ministerial colleagues, as promised in AAP's manifesto, also shunned use of red and blue beacons - symbols of the VIP culture, garnering applauds from the public.
However, on the flip side, AAP government drew flak for holding a two-day dharna at Rail Bhavan earlier this month protesting Delhi Police and demanding action against some policemen for not following his ministers' orders.
Law Minister Somnath Bharti created one controversy after another, be it summoning a meeting of judges or allegedly leading a group of AAP workers in a midnight raid in South Delhi.