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It surely was an unusual setting for such a high-level official meeting. Seated in the living room of his modest apartment at Kaushambi, a suburb of Delhi, where Arvind Kejriwal and his family have been staying for around a decade, was the chief minister, sitting cross-legged on his sofa at home, a shawl draped around him and a woollen cap swathing his head and ears. For Delhi government bureaucrats it was the first such experience with an unconventional chief minister out to set a new benchmark in governance. The occasion was the first high-level meeting of the new government to discuss free water for citizens of Delhi, a major poll promise of the Aam Admi Party.
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