The Delhi government’s anti-corruption helpline received 1.25 lakh calls in a month, statistics released by government showed on Wednesday.
The helpline, started by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government during its last term, was re-launched on April 5 by chief minister Arvind Kejriwal. In a press statement, the government said that the 24-hour helpline number 1031 received a total of 1,25,065 calls.
“Executives answered a total of 1,10,380 calls. At least 6,000 telephone calls have met the minimum requirements of perusal by the anti-corruption helpline.
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