'I will come up with a mechanism to address grievances', says Delhi CM Kejriwal
December 29, 2013 - New Delhi
Speaking to thousands of supporters who gathered at his Kaushambi home on Sunday, Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal said that he would come up with a mechanism to address public complaints on corruption and maladministration with ten days.
Speaking to the visitors, he said that he do not want to give false assurance and will take your complaints when we come up with an institutionalized mechanism to sort out the problems, he said. The system could be put in place with the support of the people and without their involvement, the problems could not be resolved, said Kejriwal.
AAP to probe graft charges
AAP leader Kumar Vishwas said that the Delhi government would deliver on its promise to investigate corruption charges against Congress leaders even though Kejriwal's government is dependent on its support. Kejriwal said that the Union Government is investigating our sources of funding and we will investigate them too', he said.
With a steady inflow of visitors to Kejriwal's residence every day, the UP police have intervened for crowd management. Some Delhi police personnel in plainclothes have been deployed around the residential complex of Kejriwal in the back drop of the Chief Minister refused to have personal security. However, the Ghaziabad Police have set up a door-frame metal detector at the main gate of the housing complexes as part of the security arrangement and however, no one was stopped from visiting the Chief Minister's residence, said a police officer.