With the Delhi polls taking place on 7th February 2015, the Aam Admi Party’s Chief Ministerial candidate and party convener, Arvind Kejriwal, had a sigh of relief after an exhausting campaigning for about two months. He took the day off with daily routine, and tried to unwind with family and friends.

He enjoyed the day following the polls with yoga, and a haircut in the morning. Later in the day, he witnessed a Bollywood entertainer, Akshay Kumar’s “Baby” with some of his fellow leaders and family members. With most exit polls showing a majority for the party in Delhi assembly, Kejriwal, in an upbeat mood, advised fellow leaders and workers to relax. The exit polls may or may not turn out to be true, but these have already brought smiles and a sense of achievement for the Aam Admi Party which was formed by Kejriwal hardly a year and a half ago. He had a brief stint of 49 days as the Chief Minister of Delhi earlier which he relinquished on a certain issue. A man of integrity and clean image, Kejriwal emerged as a political force to reckon with in the quickest possible time in the history of Indian politics after becoming the largest party in the last assembly elections of Delhi.

He perhaps believes that all work and no play make Jack a dull boy. That is why; not only he himself indulges in his favorite pastimes, but also advises his followers to spend the intervening two days, the 8th and the 9th, with their family friends. He looks forward to becoming maddening busy once the polls results are declared and hopefully, he is entrenched as the CM of Delhi. He wants to send a message to the Delhites that he is raring to go, and this is just a lull before high tides.

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