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Aam Aadmi rule: people get easy access to Kejriwal, ministers inside Delhi secretariat

New Delhi:  The Delhi Secretariat, the national capital's seat of power, has always remained out of bounds for the common man. However, thanks to the unconventional ways of the three-week-old AAP-led government, the imposing edifice
IANS January 20, 2014 6:43 IST
IANS
New Delhi:  The Delhi Secretariat, the national capital's seat of power, has always remained out of bounds for the common man.

However, thanks to the unconventional ways of the three-week-old AAP-led government, the imposing edifice has undergone a major transformation by opening its doors to all.

Be it the issues related to inadequate water supplies, inflated electricity bills or even giving advice to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on how to run the government efficiently, people from all walks of life are heading to the secretariat in the heart of Delhi to get their concerns addressed.

Following the criticism of the chief minister for mismanaging the first Janata Darbar, or people's court, on Jan 11 outside the secretariat, an octogenarian gentleman came calling a couple of days later to give advice to Kejriwal on how to manage such gatherings efficiently.