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Handover Delhi Police, ACB to us: Kejriwal tells Modi
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to handover Delhi Police and Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to the AAP government, citing a survey which termed the city police \"most corrupt\".
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to handover Delhi Police and Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to the AAP government, citing a survey which termed the city police "most corrupt".
The chief minister said his government would "set things right in one year".
"Modi Ji, do not be stubborn, work with us and handover ACB and Delhi Police to us. We will set things right in one year," the Aam Aadmi Party convener tweeted.
Citing the survey done by the CMS-India Corruption Study (CMS-ICS), Kejriwal said: "Shocking findings CMS survey today-Delhi police (under Modiji and his LG) most corrupt. Scathing attack on Modiji's capabilities and intentions".
The graph of corruption in the national capital has reduced under the AAP government, Kejriwal said.
"Second finding - corruption has come down in Delhi government - it proves (the) AAP government's neeyat (intention) and administration capability."
The statement comes after a toddler and a five-year-old child were raped in two separate incidents here.