Arvind Kejriwal `prays for corruption-free India`
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Three days ahead of his swearing-in ceremony at Ramlila Maidan, Aam Aadmi Party`s chief minister-designate Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday admitted that the AAP does not have all answers to the issues.
However, Kejriwal added that the AAP will work with public as a common man always has answers.
After offering prayers at a church, Kejriwal said that he prayed for a corruption-free India this Christmas.
Earlier in the day, he announced that his party would pass its Jan Lokpal bill within 15 days of forming the government in Delhi.
Speaking at his Kaushambi residence in Ghaziabad town, Uttar Pradesh, Kejriwal said there were so many hurdles in the process, but AAP would tackle all issues and pass the bill.
As per the Constitution of India, the Delhi Assembly can make laws on any issue except the state list that may infringe any norm of the Constitution.
Kejriwal will take oath as the chief minister of Delhi on December 28 at Ramlila Maidan.
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