Pickpockets enjoyed Kejriwal's Janata Darbar; mobiles, wallets stolen

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Janata Darbar
New Delhi, Jan 13: Chaos, mismanagement marred Arvind Kejriwal's first ever Janata Darbar which was organised in Delhi on Saturday, Jan 11. Now, it seems that pickpockets were among those who had enjoyed the event the most.

Six complaints of mobile theft and pockets being picked were received by police from people who went to meet Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal at his 'Janata Darbar' outside the Secretariat, officials said.

Six complaints of mobile theft and pockets being picked were received by police

"A total of six complaints were received by 2 p.m. including from two journalists and a policemen. The trio lost their mobile phones," a police officer was quoted as saying. Police said complaints were also received about pickpocketing.

Citing the chaotic situation at the darbar, Kejriwal on Monday, Jan 13 decided not to hold any more darbars, instead AAP will launch a call center.

The Delhi CM said, "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."

OneIndia News
(With IANS inputs)

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