News : AAP Government Likely to Resume Work from a Year Ago
New Delhi, India, Feb 12, 2015 -- On the day of his swearing-in on December 28, 2013, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal had promised Delhi a corruption-free life and announced an anti-bribery helpline with quick redressal. In the 49 days that followed, the Aam Aadmi Party government made announcements, set up committees, gave a power subsidy and free water and tried to push through two legislations - Jan Lokpal and Swaraj. A year later an AAP government is likely to resume work from where it left.
Fighting corruption remains AAP's top priority - it was the dominant theme of the 49-day AAP government. A helpline was launched to allow people to make complaints with evidence against officials seeking bribes. It functioned with the help of enthusiastic AAP volunteers and was to be made a key feature under the purview of the Anti-Corruption Branch. After the AAP government resigned, the helpline lost its primacy. It was later revived by the LG. Operational in ACB with the number 1031, it has received only about 100 calls since June last year.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Published: Friday, February 13, 2015