Ghaziabad, Dec 29: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Sunday appealed for a week to 10 days’ time to put a system in place to tackle people’s grievances.
A day after he took office, hundreds of people, mainly from the Delhi Transport Corp (DTC) and the municipal corporation, came to visit him with their problems.
The Aam Admi Party (AAP) leader said he wanted to put in place a system of accepting applications of people who visit him in order to be able to address them.
“Please give me a week to 10 days time to settle down. We have just assumed power. I will accept your applications when we have a system in place to resolve the problems,” he said.
DTC and municipal employees on contract urged him to end the contract system that denies them permanent jobs — and the resultant perks.