According to reports, Kejriwal is keen to have more experienced hands in his team to fast track development in the national capital. Few decisions were taken on Wednesday night at a meeting of AAP's Political Affairs Committee (PAC) at Kejriwal's residence in Kaushambi, Ghaziabad, party sources said.

Manish Sisodia, a 43-year-old former journalist who won from Patparganj Assembly constituency in the recently concluded Delhi polls, is likely to be made Deputy Chief Minister, said sources. Sisodia was the minister of education, PWD, urban development and local bodies in the 49-day AAP government that had resigned on February 14 last year.

Among those likely to be included in the cabinet are Satyendra Jain, Adarsh Shastri, Saurabh Bhardwaj, Jitender Tomar, Kapil Mishra, Sandeep Kumar and Asim Ahmed Khan.

If reports are to believed, Ram Nivas Goyal is likely to be appointed speaker of the Delhi assembly while Bandana Kumari could be his deputy. Somnath Bharti and Rakhi Birla is likely to be kept out of the cabinet this time.

During AAP's tenure, Bharti had conducted a midnight raid in south Delhi's Khirki extension targeting some African nationals, alleging a sex racket operating out of a rented flat. Delhi Police refused to cooperate with Bharti and his action faced widespread criticism from women rights groups.

Birla, then minister for women and child welfare, had filed a case against a young boy for allegedly stoning her car. The police, however, said it was a cricket ball. Kejriwal then asked her to withdraw the case.

The party made a stunning comeback on Tuesday, winning 67 seats in the 70-member Delhi assembly, elections for which were held on February 7. Kejriwal will take oath as the chief minister on Saturday.

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