New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday went to holy town Haridwar to celebrate Raksha Bandhan and spend some time with his sister Dr Ranjana Gupta.
After tying rakhi to Kejriwal, Ranjana wished for 'corruption free India' as a token of gift.
“"I wish he achieves his dream of making India corruption free," Dr. Ranjana Gupta was quoted as saying by ANI.
Arvind Kejriwal has time and again stressed on making India corruption free. He had also made a poll promise that after assuming the charge as Delhi's chief minister, he will work in this direction.
During his short stint as CM for 49 days, he had resigned over not being able to introduce Jan Lokpal Bill in Delhi Assembly.
His government now claims to have reduced corruption level in the city.