Arvind Kejriwal: Grievance helpline to be launched by Jan 11

Kejriwal govt to hear public grievances
New Delhi, Jan 9: On Thursday Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said that 'we need to reform the system by addressing grievances.'

A day after Kejriwal government launched the anti-corruption helpline, Kejriwal said that by Jan 11 a 'grievance helpline' will be launched that will address the grievances of the public. "Public grievances are symptoms, the disease is elsewhere. Those are because of wrong policies," he said.

Kejriwal: Public grievances are symptoms, the disease is elsewhere

Speaking about addressing grievances, Kejriwal said that from Jan 11, every Saturday Delhi ministers will sit near the Secretariat from 9 am to 11 am to speak to the public. "We are starting a new system, where you can come up to us with your grievances," he said.

Along with this daily one minister will sit infront of the Secretariat to solve people's grievances, he said.

He said that a phone number will be given where people can register their complaints for any unscheduled power cuts.

Speaking about the on-going water crisis in the capital, Kejriwal said: "We are bringing transparency in the operations of water tankers in the city. If the driver fails to arrive then he will be suspended," he said.

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