AAP wins Delhi Elections
AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal waves to his supporters in New Delhi.Reuters

"Mufflerman" Arvind Kejriwal's new look was revealed in a banner on 14 February morning. The banner shows the Aam Aadmi Party chief without a sweater and muffler for the first time this season.

Kejriwal is seen wearing a shirt and a khadi jacket, with a wide grin on his face. Through the banner, he thanked Delhi residents who believed in his party.

However, the 46-year-old politician was spotted sporting his muffler and a blue sweater at Ram Lila Maidan, where he took his oath as the 8th Chief Minister of Delhi. Around one lakh visitors were expected to attend the oath-taking ceremony.

Kejriwal has been running a high temperature for the past two days. Through radio ads, the AAP chief has invited all Delhi residents to attend his oath-taking ceremony.

Tight security arrangements have been put in place; around 3,000 security personnel have been deployed to ensure safety in and around the ground.

At the ground, a man dressed in a peacock's attire was also present. He called himself the "Kejri-Mor" as he had pictures of AAP and Kejriwal on the feathers. He also performed a mini peacock dance.

A mini-Kejriwal was also present at the ceremony. This four-year-old was dressed in a blue sweater and a muffler and had a moustache too.

Many AAP supporters were seen playing with colours and drinking "AAP ka Cola". The drink, with tagline: "Drink and fight for your right", will be officially launched in Delhi on 15 February.

Kejriwal who quit as the Chief Minister last year on the same day made a historic comeback with his party winning 67 of 70 seats in the Delhi Assembly elections.