Chief Minister of Delhi Resigns After 49 Days, Citing Resistance to Antigraft Bill – New York Times

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Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi’s chief minister, with his resignation letter in hand, on Friday. Saurabh Das/Associated Press. NEW DELHI — Arvind Kejriwal, a protest leader who was vaulted into the top post of Delhi’s city government after a startling electoral victory,
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