Ministers Treated to Home Cooked Lunch by Kejriwal

Published: 14th February 2015 08:33 PM  |   Last Updated: 14th February 2015 08:37 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: The newly elected ministers of Arvind Kejriwal's cabinet were today treated to home-cooked lunch by the chief minister himself at his office at Delhi Secretariat.

"After taking oath at Ramlila Ground, all new six ministers, including deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, enjoyed home-made food in Arvind Kejriwal's cabin especially brought from his house," said one of ministers.

Kejriwal had a meeting with all his ministers in his office and thereafter, they were served food cooked at his house in Kaushambi.

Government officials welcomed Kejriwal and other ministers as they reached the Secretariat here. Chief Secretary D M Spolia took Kejriwal to his cabin where several senior officials greeted all new ministers.

"The food was very tasty and we all enjoyed it," he said.

All ministers today took charge of their office and started working on Aam Aadmi Party's 70-poll agenda.

According to ministers, Kejriwal himself will oversee all the work of all departments on daily basis.

"As Kejriwal has not kept any portfolio with him, he will oversee the works of all departments every day. Ministers have been asked to work on 70-point poll agenda prepared by AAP," he said.

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