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No more 'Janata Darbars' will be held: Arvind Kejriwal

New Delhi: After his first 'janata darbar' ended in a total chaos, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said there would be no such public meets and the government will open new channels where people can
PTI January 13, 2014 17:53 IST
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New Delhi: After his first 'janata darbar' ended in a total chaos, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said there would be no such public meets and the government will open new channels where people can report their grievances online, via post and through calls.

He, however said that as there are people who just want to meet the Chief Minster, "so I will be available once a week for two to three hours to meet the people. People need not come to us for their grievances. For that we are opening several avenues".

Talking about Saturday's 'janta darbar' where Kejriwal had to leave the venue midway as hundreds jostled with each other to register their grievances, he said, "that day a lot of people had come. We had a meeting today. Now, we are making a system through which people can report their grievances online. We will also set up a call centre".

"And all those who cannot write to us can call on that call centre and their grievances will be noted down.... They can also send us their complaints via post and we will also set up a help box down here (Secretariat). It will start in 2-3 days," he said.