He met his wife Sunita while studying in the civil service.
He also worked with a public figure and Nobel Laureate mother, Teresa.
2006 Arvind Keirival has been awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Prize for her essential role in making RTI in India.
Keirival passed his first civil service exam.
He is a pure vegetarian. He starts his day with yoga.
After graduating from IIT Kharagpur, he worked at TATA Steel.
2015 On January 20, when he was going to run for office in 2015. In the Delhi Assembly elections, he had to postpone it until the next day. A similar event occurred during the Delhi Assembly elections in 2020, when he had to wait for his candidacy; even the date was the same, that is January 20. In both scenarios, Keirival postponed his candidacy. A massive crowd of his supporters had created a situation that was almost like a traffic jam, so he couldn’t get into the national team to submit his candidacy.
He has a habit of checking every document file, every line of documents, marking the main lines with a cursor, and checking that everything is correct. His colleagues once said they checked Jan Lokpal’s account about 100 times.
2011 Keirwal, along with Anna Khazare, organized the Indian anti-corruption movement in Ramlila Maidan, Delhi, to pass the Jan Lokpal Bill, which failed due to political tactics by Congress, the BJP and other political parties.
2006 He resigned from the Indian tax office to devote all his time to social services.
One of his classmates revealed in an interview that during student days in Kharagpur, Arvind went to the slums to teach children who could not afford to study.
He donated his Magsaysay non-governmental award.
His blue Wagon R was once abducted near the Delhi Secretariat. Software engineer Kundan Sharma donated the car to Keirival. However, he was found abandoned in Ghaziabad
In those days, while working as an IRS officer, Keyrival gave up peony and cleaned it.
Neither he celebrates his birthday nor the children.