This comes hours after senior leader and former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit, Sandeep Dikshit openly criticised the party for failing to find a new chief.
Party functionaries said, Rohini MLA Vijender Gupta, Mohan Singh Bisht from Karawal Nagar and Ramvir Singh Bidhuri, winner from Badarpur, are front runners for the post.
These special guests to the swearing-in function, to be held at the sprawling Ramlila Maidan, have been labelled as ‘Delhi Ke Nirmaatas’ (makers of Delhi).
He added, “Clearly, even traditional Congress supporters voted for AAP not because of any fondness for the AAP ideology for frankly there exists no AAP ideology.
Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia are Lilliputians over whom Narendra Modi and Amit Shah tower as Brobdingnagians.
BJP’s humiliating drubbing in Delhi cannot be considered just another loss, but the erosion of its hitherto unchallenged acceptability as the party with a difference.
Party leaders on Saturday had a meeting with the members of three municipal corporations, ruled by the BJP, and discussed its electoral defeat.
The officials said 2,000 to 3,000 personnel from the Delhi Police and paramilitary forces, including the CRPF, will be deployed as part of the security arrangements.
The AAP won 62 seats in the 70-member Delhi Assembly, while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) bagged the remaining eight seats.
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Vijender Gupta, who has been re-elected from Rohini constituency, said he would attend Kejriwal's oath-taking ceremony at the Ramlila ground on Sunday.
According to party functionaries, Kejriwal will discuss with his ministers' initiatives that need to be prioritised and action items for the Delhi government in the coming three months.
The AAP won 62 of the 70 Assembly seats in Delhi, while BJP managed just eight seats.
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Nowadays some people are openly threatening to shoot protesters just because they don't agree with them, she said, in an apparent reference to BJP leaders.
The ground served as the battleground for the 51-year-old bureaucrat-turned-politician during the Anna Hazare-led India Against Corruption movement.
Last week in Delhi, Javadekar had targeted Kejriwal, saying that there is enough proof available to prove that AAP leader is a terrorist.