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HindustanTimes Fri,01 Aug 2014

Kejriwal says AAP government did a 'good job' in first month, netizens agree

HT online, Hindustantimes.com  New Delhi, January 30, 2014
First Published: 23:29 IST(30/1/2014) | Last Updated: 07:39 IST(31/1/2014)

As Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi party completed it's first month in power, the Delhi CM gave himself a "good job" certificate despite his "anarchist" actions attracting severe criticism from other political parties.

In a press conference on Thursday, enumerating his month-old government's achievements, the chief minister patted himself on the back for bringing in an honest and simple government and cracking down on corruption.

Kejriwal said that cases of corruption had drastically come down in the state added that sting operations to catch corrupt officials had worked and people reported back that government offices were now more efficient.

"It will be great if an organisation could do a study on whether corruption has reduced in Delhi or not," said Kejriwal while addressing a press conference.

Hindustan Times conducted a poll to find out whether the readers agree with the Delhi CM on the issue.

The readers were asked to rate the Arvind Kejriwal-led government’s performance so far and they were provided three options, good, average and poor.

Here are the results.

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A total number of 4,459 votes were received till 10 pm on Jan 30. Out of which, 67% of voters agreed with Kejriwal and said that his government had done a good job in the last month. 26% disagreed with him saying his performance was poor. 7% gave him an "average" rating.


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