Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday claimed corruption had come down to “70-80 per cent” after Aam Aadmi Party came to power and cited how his daughter found out that officials were now wary of taking bribe when she went to get her driving license.
“I will not say that we have completely ended corruption in Delhi but it has come down to 70-80 per cent,” Kejriwal said while addressing autorickshaw drivers at a public meeting in Burari in Outer Delhi.
Fighting corruption was a major poll plank of the party. On April 5, AAP government re-launched its anti-corruption helpline 1031 and asked people to send sting videos of corrupt officials. The helpline has received over 1.25 lakh calls.
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