He said that such officers will be punished under the Jan Lokpal. The Chief Minister informed that the final draft of Jan Lokpal will be ready soon.

“There are provisions in the Jan Lokpal that if an officer doesn’t complete the assigned work within a limited time-frame, he/she be booked with a corruption charges,” Kejriwal said.

“The erstwhile government didn’t implement the law sincerely. There were provisions of collecting fine from such officers,” he said.

“Officers will be brought under the ambit of Jan Lokal and they will be made accountable for incomplete task,” he added.


When asked to comment on Kiran Bedi’s remark that ‘the government not running from rooftops’, the Chief Minister said, “The chaos forced me to leave the venue mid-way as thousands gathered to register their grievances. Addressing people from the roof was the only option to avoid possible stampede. Police sought permission for lathicharge which I denied.”

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.


The Chief Minister also said that his government has received 36,000 calls on the anti-corruption helpline number.


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