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After his inaugural "Janata Darbar" or public hearing was called off after it developed into a near stampede-like situation on Monday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal abandoned his plan to hold public sessions, and said that the state government is working towards opening other avenues to post their grievances. Asserting that he would be available to meet the people once a week for about two to three hours, Kejriwal said that they do not personally need come to him with their grievances.
|Kejriwal Scraps 'Janata Darbar', Proposes Other Ways To Address Public Grievances|
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