New Delhi, Jan 30: Listing the achievements of his one-month old government, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said that many issues like the 'Lal Batti' culture was not promoted by his party anymore.
Speaking to media persons, he said that though still new, there is a lot that needs to be done in Delhi. "Sting operation to catch corrupt officials has worked. People say that work in government offices is more efficient now," he said. beaming with confidence, he said that it would be great if an organisation could do a study on whether corruption has reduced in Delhi or not.
Addressing the main issue that has been hounding his government- the Jan Lokpal Bill, he said that the Jan Lokpal Bill will be presented before the Delhi Cabinet tomorrow, Jan 31.
Kejriwal also raked up the 1984 riots issues saying that 'anti-sikh riots in 1984 will be investigated.'"Once the cabinet approves 1984 investigation proposal, it will go to Lt Governor Najeeb Jung for approval," he said.
Sharpening his attack on NCW chief Barkha Singh, he said that 'Singh was a Congress spokesperson.' "How can she run the Delhi Commission for Women independently? " he said.