Kejriwal's revolution in Delhi: Get anti-corruption helpline number

New Delhi, Jan 8: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal did not forget his original motive behind forming Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and contesting in Delhi assembly election even after forming the government in the national capital. The youngest CM of Delhi on Wednesday, Jan 8 launched a helpline number which would help aam aadmi (common man) to lodge their complaints in connection with corruption cases.

Kejriwal claimed that people can call at the helpline number filing complaint against those who harass them for bribe. Aiming to bring revolution in Delhi, Kejriwal claimed, "Every citizen will be anti-corruption inspector. We will ask people to record anyone who asks for a bribe."

The helpline number is -- 011-27357169 which will work from 8 am to 10 pm

The AAP leader also informed that that helpline number will guide and suggest ways to complainants on how to catch bribe takers red handed.

He also informed that Vigilance Department, which will follow up on the complaints received, has enough officials at present but added that he has asked L-G Najeeb Jung to provide police personnel to help them in their operation.

The helpline number is -- 011-27357169. Anyone in Delhi can call at this number from 8 AM to 10 PM.

Kejriwal along with his guru Anna Hazare had begun his anti-corruption journey demanding strong Lokpal Bill. Later he formed his own political party aiming to uproot corruption from this country.

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