Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his Cabinet colleagues will on Sunday take questions from Delhiites, to commemorate what the Delhi government terms “the first year of good governance by honest politics.”
Those interested in speaking to the chief minister, or asking him questions on various issues concerning the Aam Aadmi Party government, can call on 011-41501367, 41501383 and 23346658 between 11 am and 1 pm on 14 February, an advertisement released by the government states.
Highlighting its achievements, the Delhi government released advertisments across dailies in the national capital highlighting the promises it delivered on, despite the controversies surrounding them.
Do u hv any Q from Del govt? I, alongwith my cabinet, will directly answer ur Qs. Call at 011-41501367, 41501383, 23346658 betn 11AM to 1 pm
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) February 14, 2016
From the controversial Delhi Jan Lokpal bill to health facilities to its expenditure on bettering the education system in the state, advertorials highlighted the government’s performance in its first year.
On Saturday, deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia took to Twitter with a Reddit-like AMA addressing questions raised by Delhi residents on his government’s ties with the Centre, traffic issue plaguing the city as well as the recent JNU protests. Read more about that here.
The Congress party, that has no representation in the state Assembly, gave the AAP government a zero in terms of performance and even released an e-booklet highlighting the failure of Kejriwal sarkar.