He, however, said that the people can e-mail their grievances to him and added that he will meet the people once a week.

“I will meet people once a week but won’t address their complaints. The public is encouraged to place grievances online via calls,” he said.

Kejriwal promises better 'janata darbar' after chaos

He also said that a helpdesk would be set up soon at the Secretariat building to look into the complaints of Delhiities.

"We are setting up a system in which the people will be able to send their grievances online. The facility is already available on the Delhi government website," he said.

"We will also set up call centres for those who cannot write their grievances and their problems would be written and read to them. People can also send their grievances by post," the Chief Minister added.

Kejriwal’s first ‘janata darbar’ on Saturday had a chaotic start after thousands thronged the venue, forcing the AAP leader to leave the scene to avoid a possible stampede.

Questioned about reports of an IB alert about threat to his life from water tanker and tender mafia, Kejriwal said, “My life is not under threat. I do not need any security. I want to live like a common man. The job of these security agencies is to provide security to the people of the country. Security of the Chief Minister and Ministers is not that important. All the security given to the VIPs in the country should be given to the common man."


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