Arvind Kejriwal Biography :
Aravind Kejriwal has a younger sister and a brother. His father was an electrical engineer, graduated from the Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra. Kejriwal spent most of his childhood in north Indian towns such as Sonepat, Ghaziabad and Hisar. He completed his schooling from Campus School in Hisar.
Kejriwal is married to Sunita, who is also an IRS officer and his batchmate from National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie and the National Academy of Direct Taxes in Nagpur. The couple have a daughter and a son.
Aravind Kejriwal is well-known for his efforts to indorse and contrivance the Right to Information (RTI) Act from the root level and his role in drafting a proposed Jan Lokpal Bill is well appreciated. Kejriwal was awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Emergent Leadership in 2006 for his contribution to the enactment of the Right to Information Act.
Along with Manish Sisodia and Abhinandan Sekhri, Kejriwal established the Public Cause Research Foundation in December 2006, donating the prize money he had received from the Ramon Magsaysay Award as a seed fund. This new body paid the employees of Parivartan. Kejriwal has used the Right to Information Act in corruption cases in many government departments including the Income Tax Department, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, the Public Distribution System and the Delhi Electricity Board. Kejriwal was the civil society representative member of the committee constituted by the Government of India to draft a Jan Lokpal bill, following a campaign for introduction of such legislation that featured Anna Hazare. He had been arrested for his support of Hazare.
He became one of the five most mentioned Indian politicians on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter in the run-up to the Delhi legislative assembly election, 2013. This was the first election contested by the AAP. In the Delhi election, Kejriwal defeated Sheila Dikshit in her constituency of New Delhi by a margin of 25,864 votes. The party as a whole won 28 of the 70 available seats, finishing in second place.The AAP then announced its intention to form a minority government in the hung parliament, with "not unconditional" support from the Indian National Congress. After Chaudhary Brahm Prakash who became chief minister at the age of 34 Kejriwal was sworn in as the second-youngest chief minister of Delhi on 28 December 2013. He is now in-charge of Delhi's Home Ministry, Power, Planning, Finance, Vigilance ministries.