The party had recently claimed through posters that they have arrested and suspended several officials for their involvement in corruption, but now posters against the Aam Aadmi Party's anti-corruption drive are seen in the bus stops in the national capital.
Written by 'ek aam Delhi vaasi', the posters ask the Delhi government to name the 35 officers arrested and 152 suspended for their alleged involvement in corruption as claimed by the party, according to ANI.
As per an ANI report, "The message in the poster was from 'a common man from Delhi' and read, "Mr. Liar...Name the officers who have been arrested."
In the one month since it was reactivated, over 1.25 lakh calls have been made to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) led Delhi government's anti-corruption helpline with the highest number of complaints coming against officials of civic bodies, police, transport and Jal Board, sources said.
According to a senior official, the 1031 helpline has received a staggering 1,25,065 calls since Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal relaunched it at a function here at Talkatora stadium on April 5.
The helpline was first introduced during Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) 49-day stint in government after the 2013 Assembly polls, but was later discontinued. Reviving the helpline had been one of the major poll promises of AAP this year.
(With inputs from agencies)