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Kejriwal to take oath on Feb 14

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NEW DELHI, Feb 10 � Exactly a year after he had resigned as Delhi Chief Minister, AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal will be taking oath as the CM again on February 14 at Ramlila Maidan, reports PTI.

�Arvind Kejriwal will take oath as the Delhi Chief Minister on February 14 at Ramlila Maidan,� AAP leader Ashutosh said after the party�s landslide victory in the Delhi Assembly polls.

Kejriwal emerged victorious in the high-profile New Delhi constituency by handing over a crushing defeat to BJP�s Nupur Sharma by a huge margin of 31,583 votes.

After the AAP had thrown a surprise by uprooting the Congress out of power in the 2013 Assembly elections as a debutant party, Kejriwal had taken oath as Delhi�s seventh Chief Minister on December 28 at a public ceremony in the historic Ramlila Maidan, the venue of the Lokpal movement.

He had defeated the three-time Delhi Chief Minister Shiela Dixit on her home turf by a margin of 25,864 votes.

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Kejriwal to take oath on Feb 14

NEW DELHI, Feb 10 � Exactly a year after he had resigned as Delhi Chief Minister, AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal will be taking oath as the CM again on February 14 at Ramlila Maidan, reports PTI.

�Arvind Kejriwal will take oath as the Delhi Chief Minister on February 14 at Ramlila Maidan,� AAP leader Ashutosh said after the party�s landslide victory in the Delhi Assembly polls.

Kejriwal emerged victorious in the high-profile New Delhi constituency by handing over a crushing defeat to BJP�s Nupur Sharma by a huge margin of 31,583 votes.

After the AAP had thrown a surprise by uprooting the Congress out of power in the 2013 Assembly elections as a debutant party, Kejriwal had taken oath as Delhi�s seventh Chief Minister on December 28 at a public ceremony in the historic Ramlila Maidan, the venue of the Lokpal movement.

He had defeated the three-time Delhi Chief Minister Shiela Dixit on her home turf by a margin of 25,864 votes.