The Aam Aadmi Party has decided to form the government in Delhi. Here is a look at how AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal entered politics and made it to the Chief Minister's chair in a year.
On October 2, 2012 on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti in 2012, Arvind Kejriwal announced the formation of his political party in Delhi.
On November 24, 2012, Kejriwal named his political party as the Aam Aadmi Party.
During 2013, Kejriwal held rallies across Delhi gathering support and attacking the Congress government in Delhi over inflated power bills.
On December 4, 2013, Delhi went to elections.
On December 8, 2013, Kejriwal's AAP made a stunning debut emerged as the second largest party after the BJP in the Delhi elections.
On December 12, the BJP met Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and refused to form the government saying it did not have the numbers.
On December 13, the Congress, that won 8 seats in the Delhi election, submitted a letter of unconditional support for AAP to the Lt Governor.
On December 14, the AAP laid down 18 conditions for the Congress and the BJP for working with it. Kejriwal also sought 10 days' time from the Lt Governor to decide on whether he will form the government in Delhi.
On December 18, the AAP announced a public referendum to decide whether it should form government in Delhi with Congress's support.
On December 21, Congress said that the support to the AAP is not unconditional but 'issue-based'.
On December 22, the AAP decided to form the government in Delhi and staked claim.