Today, AAP Party Leader Arvind Kejriwal succeeds to get trust vote in Delhi Assembly. He won 38 votes beyond their expectation of being cast in the Govt.’s favor. On Thursday, Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal won the confidence motion in assembly with the support of 8 members of congress party, Janta Dal United and one Independent MLA’s vote.
At the time of addressing the Delhi Assembly before seeking the trust vote, Delhi’s Chief Minister & AAP party leader Arvind Kejriwal cleared their intention to work for the common people. In their speech, he expresses that if the motion of confidence passed favorably, it will help the ordinary citizen living in the national capital.
During their speech, Kejriwal notified 17 issues that the citizens of Delhi face and looked for the backing of every last one of MLAs in uncovering a determination to them. In his speech, Kejriwal highlighted the VIP luxury facility system, everyday bribery, poor influence of administration, absence of civilities while focusing on the political class with neglecting to furnish a vigorous organization.
Arvind said that Delhi needs another and stringent anti-corruption law, a shut to the VIP luxury system and listed a 20- point movement plan. In his speech, he added that the AAP’s next most important agenda will be to pass the Janlokpal Bill for Delhi.
He spoke to all the Delhi MLAs to backing the Govt. in giving an supportive and clean government to the city while finishing the level headed discussion of the movement moved by PWD Minister Manish Sisodia. The four-and-a-half-hour long civil argument finished with Kejriwal appealing to member of assembly to choose “on which side they are” as the aam aadmi had as of recently given his verdict.
After a long open deliberation in the assembly, pro-tem Speaker Martin Ahmad asked those in favor to remain up emulated by those against. Later, he announced the motion as passed and praised the Chief Minister before suspending the house.
In the wake of winning the trust movement Kejriwal thanked all his supporters and called it a triumph of the common man in Delhi.
The destiny of the trust motion was an inescapable result after Congress pioneer Arvinder Lovely proclaimed that his party’s seven MLA’s would help the administration and said the support might proceed as long as the administration works in light of a legitimate concern for the individuals, actually for five years.
However, the BJP restricted the trust movement and blamed Kejriwal for trading off with the “dishonest” Congress for force and getting quiet on the debasement of the past Congress government.