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.
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.