‘Such a good news’: Arvind Kejriwal after Delhi ranks as one of the world’s best cities

Arvind Kejriwal after Delhi ranks as one of the world’s best cities

Delhi ranked 62nd in the list of the world’s best 100 cities for 2021. The chief minister Arvind Kejriwal congratulated Delhi residents. The ranking was done by Resonance Consultancy Ltd.

Delhi is the only Indian city to feature in the list of the world’s best 100 cities for 2021. Delhi jumped to 62nd place this year from last time’s 81.

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Delhi ranked 62nd in the list of the world’s best 100 cities for 2021, done by Resonance Consultancy Ltd. Arvind Kejriwal congratulated.

“Such good news for all Dilliwalas. All Dilli walas have worked so hard in the last six years to make it happen. The world is noticing the positive changes happening in Delhi,” Arvind Kejriwal tweeted.

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The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader tagged his deputy Manish Sisodia post in his tweet. “Congratulations to all the proud people of Delhi and @ArvindKejriwal for the leadership. Our beloved Delhi is ranked 62 in World’s Best cities. The only Indian city on the list. There is a significant improvement from the past ranking i.e. 81,” Manish Sisodia has posted on Twitter quoting list by Resonance Consultancy Ltd.

Delhi ranked 62nd in the list of the world’s best 100 cities for 2021, done by Resonance Consultancy Ltd. Arvind Kejriwal congratulated.

Resonance Consultancy said it ranked the world’s best 100 cities on the basis of populations of more than a million, using a “combination of statistical performance and qualitative evaluations” by the locals and visitors in 25 areas grouped into 6 categories.

Delhi ranked 62nd in the list of the world’s best 100 cities for 2021, done by Resonance Consultancy Ltd. Arvind Kejriwal congratulated.

London is on Number 1 again for the sixth year in a row, while New York, Paris, Moscow, and Tokyo stood second, third, fourth, and fifth, respectively.

Apart from diversity, weather, number of parks and tourist attractions, the number of social media hashtags and check-ins and other points including Covid-19 infections as of July, income incongruity, and unemployment for the first time this year was ascertained to rank these cities.

-PTC News