Kejriwal not to contest LS polls; asks media to keep a watch on AAP

New Delhi, Jan 4: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, whose rise to fame has been no less than a fairy tale, on Saturday asked the media to continue scrutinising his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to keep it on its toes so that it can rectify its mistakes, said ANI News sources. Kejriwal's AAP formed the government in Delhi with the outside support of the Congress after coming up with a good show in the December 4 assembly polls.

Kejriwal said his govt is working on controlling the tanker mafia in Jal Board

The AAP convenor also said that he will campaign for his party during the Lok Sabha elections due in a few months but not contest the polls himself, added the sources.

Kejriwal said his government was working on steps to control the tanker mafia in Delhi's Jal Board. The AAP has vowed to take up the water and power problems of Delhi and has responded to them fast.

AAP protests against Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Meanwhile in Bhopal, AAP supporters protested against Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan for holding an unused bungalow for last 8 years.

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