New Delhi: To mark 100 days of the AAP government, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his ministers will hold a public meeting in Connaught Place on Monday.
A Delhi government official said Kejriwal will discuss the achievements of the Aam Aadmi Party government in 100 days in an interactive session with the residents of the capital at Central Park.
The AAP swept to power winning 67 out of 70 seats in February. The government completes 100 days on Monday.
A senior party leader said the government had fulfilled most of its promises and was dedicated to public welfare.
"We have delivered our promises. Water problem has been solved. The anti-corruption helpline is in place to check corruption. Party MLAs are reaching out to the people and solving their problems. We will tell the people about the work the government is doing," he said.
The public meeting comes amid a row between the Lt. Governor and the city government over postings and transfers of bureaucrats.
A union home ministry notification issued on Friday granted supremacy to Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung in matters pertaining to pubic order, police, land and services.
The AAP on Sunday described the central government's decision as "unconstitutional".