He also asked the Aam Aadmi Party legislators to work hard for turning Punjab into a vibrant state.
The AAP convener also lauded Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann for his decisions related to the announcement of 25,000 government jobs and withdrawal of security of former ministers.
Elaborate arrangements have been made for Mann's oath-taking ceremony at Khatkar Kalan -- ancestral village of legendary freedom fighter Bhagat Singh in SBS Nagar district.
AAP leader Raghav Chadha, who has been overseeing the party's Punjab affairs, was also present in the meeting.
The Aam Aadmi Party on Thursday stormed to power in Punjab, bagging a record 92 of the 117 seats by decimating the Congress and the SAD-BSP combine.
The number will remain open till 5 PM on January 17. “For the first time in the history of India, Aam Aadmi Party is choosing the Chief Minister face by asking the people.
The Aam Aadmi Party has described the jollity of the 'annadatas' as the happiness of the country and saluted the 700 slain farmers, who sacrificed their lives and fought for over a year.
The AAP Punjab congratulated the farmers' organisations for the 'success' of the Bharat Bandh and supported the call by actively participating in it.
Hoping to make inroads, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has time and again put his entire weight behind the farmers' protest.
In the past, names of a few prominent persons have been heard as the party’s probable chief minister face. However, these personalities refused to jump into the political arena.
The party also appointed Talwandi Sabo MLA, Prof. Baljinder Kaur as the Chief Spokesperson of the state unit.