Advertisement

HindustanTimes Wed,17 Sep 2014
DELHI | MP | RAJASTHAN | MIZORAM | CHHATTISGARH
  Prime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revival

Decision on power tariff, free water next week: Kejriwal

PTI  New Delhi, December 28, 2013
First Published: 19:54 IST(28/12/2013) | Last Updated: 19:55 IST(28/12/2013)

The new government in Delhi will decide on its promise of supply of 700 litres of free water to each household and cutting down electricity charges early next week, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Saturday after meeting officials.

Advertisement

He also assured officials that there will be no witch-hunt against them if they work honestly and in the interest of the people.

"I have asked officials to work out. By Monday, I will be able to say something," Kejriwal said on his promise of supply of 700 litres of water.

"On power, we will be able to say something by Tuesday or Wednesday", he told reporters after a series of meetings with officials from various departments including power, transport, vigilance and Delhi Jal Board.

In its manifesto, AAP had promised to slash power tariff by 50% besides carrying out scrutiny of the accounts of private power distribution companies.

Kejriwal said what is being spread is that there would be a witch-hunt against officials and that a sense of fear has been created among them.

"In my meeting with the officials, I told them you work with honesty and in the interest of people, I will protect you," he said.

Kejriwal, who lives in Kausambi in Ghaziabad district of Uttar Pradesh, said his team was looking for a house in Delhi and he would shift in two-three days.

Advertisement
Copyright © 2014 HT Media Limited. All Rights Reserved