Relax, 'Chill' for Two Days, Confident Kejriwal Tells Partymen

Published: 08th February 2015 04:39 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th February 2015 04:39 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: As Delhi keenly awaits the Assembly election result, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal today spent a relaxed morning with members of his family even as a media jamboree waited outside his Kaushambi residence.              

For once, the man tipped to be the next Chief Minister of the state by exit polls, put his duties as a husband and a father first as he spent most of the day in the company of his wife, son and parents. His daughter is a student of IIT Delhi.        

An ardent follower of 'Vipassana', Kejriwal started his day by performing a session of yoga and meditation.        

Later he read newspapers and watched television, while keeping a tab on the social media.       

Clearly in a relaxed mood, Kejriwal also had a special message for the party’s army of volunteers as he lauded their contribution and asked them to "chill".

"Volunteers. U did an amazing job. Relax for 2 days. Spend wid ur family. Sleep. Watch movies. Meditate. Chill. God bless u," he tweeted.               

At a different corner of the city, BJP's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi was on complete "voice rest" after she performed the morning rituals of worshipping the 'sun god'.      

"Good morning Delhi. Every day is a new day... Only thing constant and predictable in the Sun Rise...," Bedi tweeted.    

As the day progressed, however, both the chief ministerial candidates went into a huddle with the leaders of their respective parties.                

Many senior AAP leaders went over to Kejriwal's residence for a "preparatory" meeting around 2.30 PM.   

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