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Latest Survey Finds AAP Government Less Corrupt and More Efficeint

A new study conducted by the Centre for Media Studies (CMS) about the recent level of corruption in New Delhi has filled Delhi’s current Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, with pride as a result of which he launched a series of attacks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung. The study revealed that the Delhi police was the most corrupt of all public services in Delhi.
He asked Modi on Twitter to “stop being stubborn” and demanded him to hand over Anti-Corruption Bureau along with Delhi Police to the Aam Aadmi Party government. Amongst the many findings, one says that 45 percent of the respondents of the survey said that corruption had reduced in those departments of the state government of the capital while only 39 percent said so about the public sectors in Delhi governed by the central government.

Kejriwal also claimed that the survey raises questions on PM Modi’s “capabilities and intentions” while they asserted the fact that corruption was down in Delhi which proved that AAP government has better intentions and administration capability. The study was conducted in the end of July and the first week of August 2015 where they covered 1501 households that were distributed across the various socio-economic zones of 160 localities in Delhi. What’s more interesting is that in the year 2010, Delhi’s Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) had the highest number of corruption cases against the officials of Delhi police and Delhi’s Municipal Corporation which were filed over the time period of 2007-2010.

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