The Chief Minister of Jharkhand met Hemant Soren on Friday evening at his residence in Delhi with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. The Chief Ministers of both the states stood together for about 30 minutes. They also had conversations on different topics. Elections were also discussed between the two chief ministers.
Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party will primarily compete with the BJP in the assembly elections in Delhi. Here the Aam Aadmi Party is contesting on its own and has entered the electoral fray with the target of more seats than last time. In such a situation, the Delhi government has described this meeting as a courtesy call.
Arvind Kejriwal tweeted that Jharkhand will definitely progress under Soren’s leadership. Delhi and Jharkhand will learn from each other. Sources in the Delhi government said that health and education were the main focus during the meeting. Hemant Soren was particularly interested in Delhi’s Mohalla Clinic Scheme.
Also talked about Delhi’s education system. In which Kejriwal told him that the maximum budget in Delhi is being spent on education. Their only aim is how to improve education and health.
President of Delhi Bar Council meets Chief Minister
A delegation of lawyers led by Delhi Bar Council President KC Mittal arrived to thank the Chief Minister for creating a welfare fund for lawyers and giving 50 crore to it. The delegation met Chief Minister Kejriwal and expressed his gratitude. Among those who met the Chief Minister were Delhi Bar Council President Mittal, Bar Council and Delhi Waqf Board members Himal Akhtar, former chairman of Dwarka Bar Council Balbir Singh Jakhar etc.