Arvind Kejriwal says ‘No’ to FDI, ‘No’ to Janta Darbar and ‘No’ to security

By on January 13, 2014

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has written to the Finance Ministry for not allowing Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the national capital. Delhi become the first state to withdraw permission for FDI-backed stores.

The Aam Aadmi Party executive team has promised to the people of Delhi in the manifesto that it will oppose FDI in retail sector. Though Sheila Dikshit allowed FDI in multi-brand retail in Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal has withdrawn permission for multi-brand retail stores.

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal today said his government will not hold Janata Darbar anymore in view of the Saturday chaos. The people can register their complaints online, through the call centre, or by post. CM Arvind Kejriwal will be available once a week for two to three hours to meet the people.

Arvind Kejriwal refuses to take security, but Ghaziabad police has decided to provide ‘Z’ category protection to Kejriwal. Arvind Kejriwal would have 30 police personnel deployed round-the-clock during his movement in the district.

“Despite the Delhi CM’s refusal, we have decided to provide him with 24-hour Z category security. Two head constables and eight constables will be deployed outside Mr Kejriwal’s house from Monday. Besides, two Personal Security Officers will also be posted as part of the Delhi CM’s security profile,” SSP Dharmendra Singh told PTI.

Meanwhile, Arvind Kejriwal has launched a helpline for parents to register their complaints or problems pertaining to the nursery admissions in the capital. The helpline number 011-27352525 would be supervised by Education Minister Manish Sisodia. Arvind Kejriwal also launched a web application www.edudel.nic.in for registering complaints.

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