However, the CM also informed that he will meet people of the national capital every week. Kejriwal said that he will open a call center which will receive complaints from Delhiites. The aam aadmi (common man) can write their complaints online as well, added Kejriwal.
Kejriwal was quoted as saying, "We will use technology now. No more Janata Darbars will be held, call centres will be set up instead and complaints can be sent by post or online as well."
CM also informed that he will meet people of the national capital every week
Earlier on Saturday, Jan 11 Kejriwal and his entire cabinet held the first Janata darbar. Chaos, however, marred the event and Kejriwal and Delhi ministers were forced to leave the place midway. After all hullaballoo, Kejriwal promised to arrange a more organised darbar next time. Sources also informed that AAP had a plan to organise the event in a stadium.
Now, Kejriwal's decision of not holding any more darbar shocked and surprised many. His janata darbar was one among the unique moves taken by his cabinet. Now, opposition party leaders might have got another chance to criticise Kejriwal and his party.
Earlier secretary to the Chief Minister, Rajendra Kumar had informed, "We have received 2,582 complaints which we have categorised according to the departments they are concerned with or the grievances. They will be further categorised on the basis of urgency. We have also got a lot of suggestions."