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Beefing up anti corruption units in Delhi

In a major step to curb corruption, the Aam Aadmi Party Government in Delhi would set up an anti-corruption helpline in a couple of days. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had made the promise to the people of Delhi on the day of his swearing-in. He said that the vigilance department, which would follow up the complaints received through the helpline, has a sanctioned strength of 30 inspectors but only 11 are working at this point. He said Delhi Police Commissioner Bhimsen Bassi has assured to give 8 more inspectors in two days.

Briefing the media in the Delhi Secretariat, Mr Kejriwal said that all the back end work had been completed and the helpline would be launched in a couple of days.

Reacting strongly on the dumping of a new born in trash at a hospital in Delhi , Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal said that those responsible will not be spared at any cost, terming it inhuman the Chief Minister also assured that strict action will be taken.


The Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi is working towards fulfilling the dream of “Swaraj” or self-rule. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said that the draft Swaraj Bill will be ready in another ten days. Once the draft bill is ready, process will be initiated to give it a legal shape.

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