Set to be sworn-in as Delhi Chief Minister on Saturday, Arvind Kejriwal today said he does not have a magic wand to solve all the problems but nothing is impossible if honest people join hands.
45-year-old Arvind Kejriwal, who will be administered oath of office along with six AAP MLAs, at the historic Ramlila Maidan here said there will be no VIPs at the ceremony and "everyone is invited".
"It is open for all. No VIP is there. All 'aam admi' will be present. You are all invited," he told reporters.
Portfolios of the new ministers will be announced in the next two days, he said.
The cabinet ministers who will take oath along with Arvind Kejriwal are Manish Sisodia, Rakhi Birla, Somnath Bharti, Saurabh Bhardwaj, Girish Soni and Satendra Jain.
The Chief Minister-designate asked honest officials and employees of Delhi government to contact him through SMS or email so that they can be deployed at places where they can work to solve Delhi's problems.
"I would request them to contact me through SMS or email, we will depute good people at good places and want to move ahead with them. I don't have a magic wand to solve all the problems, but if good, honest and efficient people join us nothing is impossible," he said.
"For the first time, there is a Chief Minister who is looking for honest officials to work for him, otherwise whenever a new CM comes, he or she looks for those officials who can earn them commission through corruption," he said.
If honest officials join us, it can help us giving a corruption-free government, he said.
Asked how AAP would verify if somebody is honesty, he said, "We have a network and we will find out. A team of officials like present education secretary Rajendra Kumar are looking for honest and dynamic officials".
Arvind Kejriwal reiterated that as soon as he assumes power he would ensure 700 litres of water supply to each household and said all the necessary groundwork is being done.
While calling upon people to come in large numbers at Ramlila ground for the swearing-in ceremony, Arvind Kejriwal said he will speak to his guru Anna Hazare and ask him to grace the occasion.
"Anna Hazare is my guru and I would personally talk to him on phone to invite him for the ceremony," he said.
"The invitation would be sent from the government's side and I had asked them to send an