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Monday, 20 January 2014

Kejriwal begins dharna outside Rail Bhavan

The New Delhi Chief minister Kejriwal, an anti-corruption activist who won the election in the capital in December, began a sit-in on Monday in the capital, surrounded by hundreds of his supporters to protest against the failure of the police.

Arvind Kejriwal, who has said "anarchist", says ready to show for ten days near the Ministry of the Interior for a reform of the police, his action involved a few days of celebrations of the "Republic Day" which celebrates the constitution of the Republic of India January 26, 1950.

"We are here for drivers, street vendors and all those who have to pay bribes bribes to the police," Mr. Kejriwal said in a speech.

Hundreds of police and some anti-riot vehicles were stationed around the place where Mr. Kejriwal began his protest, surrounded by supporters of his party, the Aam Admi Party (party of the common man).

"Some say that I am an anarchist who created the mess. Yes, I am an anarchist, I agree with that, "he chanted.

"But today, every household knows this anarchy, everything is so expensive that no one can make ends meet. And women are not safe, "he added.

The Chief Minister of Delhi calls in particular control the police in the capital, which is currently run by the Center.

Indian police is frequently accused of being corrupt, not adequately protect women in town or not to conduct investigations properly. The rape of a student in New Delhi in December 2012 triggered a wave of protests in the capital in particular against the inaction of the police and justice.

Gang rape of a Danish tourist there a few days ago has reignited the debate about the safety of women in India and especially in New Delhi.

In addition, the Chief Minister of Delhi intends to use its good election results in New Delhi to break national legislative elections to be held in the summer.

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