If you are willing to talk to Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal or wanting to ask him a question, you can do so on July 17.
Delhi CM is all set to hold an hour-long live interactive session with people from across the country, in which he will take questions through social media, phone calls and text messages.
According to a report in HT, senior government official said, “The idea behind the interactive session is to reach out to people from across the country and to engage with those who join him. It will not be a monologue, unlike Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann ki Baat’. Arvind wants to hear from the people and talk to them.”
Sources from the AAP party said that CM will next weekend speak to the public through TalkToAK.com. It is a website that is going to launch soon and it features a countdown to 11 am on Sunday, July 17.
This is an attempt to wave off allegations of imitation amounting to flattery.