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“We will work together” says Arvind Kejriwal after his first meet with Amit Shah as Delhi’s CM

When questioned by media after the meeting if he and Shah had spoken about the issue of Shaheen Bagh, Kejriwal said, “There was no discussion on that”

New Delhi: After three days of taking oath as the chief minister of Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo Arvind Kejriwal met Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday.

Kejriwal said it as “a good meeting held in a cordial atmosphere”.

Delhi CM said “We had discussions on various issues. We both agreed that the central government and the Delhi government need to work together for the development of Delhi and we will work together,”.

After taking oath on February 16 in his address Kejriwal had said he wanted to work in harmony with the BJP-led central government to make Delhi the number one city and had sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s blessings for smooth governance in the national capital.

When questioned by media after the meeting if he and Shah had spoken about the issue of Shaheen Bagh, Kejriwal said, “There was no discussion on that”.

After Kejriwal’s stupendous victory in the Delhi Assembly elections by bagging 62 of the 70 seats whose earlier tenure was marred by several run-ins with the central government. He termed himself Delhi’s “son” and the “chief of a minister of all” people irrespective of the party they have voted for.

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