"It may take another 15 days to get all renovation works completed, hence Kejriwal would not be able to meet the applicants," said one of his aides involved in the management of his public hearing, which will be held thrice every week.

"The bungalow is still under construction and the officials involved in renovation have sought 15 days' time from Kejriwal to avoid rush in the premises so that everything could be executed systematically," he added.

However, officials from the Chief Minister's Office would be there at 6 Civil Lines to address the woes of the petitioners three days every week - on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays said a volunteer of the Chief Minister's team.

Earlier, AAP's Kaushambi office had said that the Chief Minister would be holding his public hearings from the beginning of the next month (April), three days in a week, at his new official residence at 6 Civil Lines.

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