Delhi ministers to meet people on road

New Delhi, Jan 9 : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said his ministers will sit outside their offices in the Delhi government headquarters in order to to address grievances of the general public.

"Every Saturday, all ministers, including the CM, will be present on the road in front of the secretariat. They will sit from 9.30am to 11 am to solve people's complaints. There will be no entry barrier," Kejriwal told media.

The AAP supremo said the anti-corruption helpline launched by the his government in Delhi got 'phenomenal' response on the very first day.

"The helpline started yesterday has got phenomenal response on the very first day," Kejriwal said.

Kejriwal on Wednesday announced the anti-corruption helpline number for Delhiites in order to make "every citizen an anti-corruption inspector".

He announced a helpline number - 01127357169, which will assist every citizen in doing a sting to catch the corrupt.

Kejriwal said the helpline number will help one in accomplishing the sting operation and will remain open from 8 am to 8 pm everyday.

Kejriwal said the government will bring the Jan Lokpal Bill by February.

--IBNS (Posted on 10-01-2014)

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