Arvind Kejriwal sets up team to monitor corruption

New Delhi, March 18: Delhi government has set up a team of officials that will report directly to chief minister Arvind Kejriwal over corruption charges in offices under the Delhi administration.

According to reports, the team has been active for two weeks and recently brought two cases of corruption following which a Motor Licence Officer and a sub-divisional magistrate were removed from their respective posts.

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Kejriwal forms team to check corruption

The team has been constantly monitoring government offices and the primary aim is to scan the functioning of all the deaprtments and to take direct action against those who are indulging in corruption.

The team will be under the direct command of Arvind Kerjwal and no other minister will interfere in the team's functioning.

No one is aware who is present in the team and how it functions. The team is said to have investigated government run hospitals apart from health departments but found the hospitals to be corruption free.

The team is supported by the anti-corruption helpline set up by Delhi government.

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