For the big event tomorrow, Ramlila Maidan is all decked up. Toilet blocks have been placed too.
"We had leveled the ground during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's event that took place recently. So, other groundwork needs to be done. We have handed over the charge to the Delhi government and its PWD is making other necessary arrangements," a senior NDMC official told PTI.
While AAP has stayed away from inviting chief ministers of other states, an invitation was extended to PM Modi. Some senior leaders called it "protocol" but there's no confirmation about his attendance.
Kejriwal on Thursday also asked Delhiites to watch him take the oath.
AAP has also invited the baby mufflerman Aavyan Tomar, who won the internet on counting day, to the ceremony.
Bus conductors, auto drivers and delivery agents have been invited
And the 'architects' who have been invited include doctors, teachers, pharmacists, sanitation workers, bus conductors, bus drivers, marshals working for women security, auto-rickshaw drivers, farmers, anganwadi workers, athletes, IIT and medical students who got scholarships, and PWD engineers.
Delivery agents working for the doorstep services started by the government have also been invited.
A draft on this idea was sent to Kejriwal's office on Friday.
BJP slammed AAP for dictating teachers; latter hit back
However, by extending an invitation to teachers, AAP also invited the fury of BJP.
"The Directorate of Education, GNCTD has issued a dictatorial circular making it compulsory for govt teachers to attend Mr. @ArvindKejriwal's oath ceremony. By virtue of the order 15000 teachers & officials are forced to attend the ceremony, (sic)" BJP's Vijender Gupta tweeted yesterday.
Later, AAP clarified they weren't "ordered" anything.
Gupta also claimed to have written to Kejriwal to withdraw the order and today, AAP's Manish Sisodia said, "The chief minister has given an open invitation to all Delhites. Those teachers who can come are welcome. Those who cannot, the son won't mind."