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Watch: Arvind Kejriwal launches online system for filing consumer complaints

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Watch: Arvind Kejriwal launches online system for filing consumer complaints

Watch: Arvind Kejriwal launches online system for filing consumer complaints

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal inaugurated Delhi government's E-filing consumer complaint system.

The online system has been launched for filing complaints in consumer courts.

The Delhi CM said that the move will prove to be a milestone especially during Covid-19 pandemic.

Speaking at the event, Kejriwal said, "Delhi is perhaps the first state to start this kind of a facility.

In last 5 years, Delhi government took major steps in the field of education, health, electricty and water.

Those steps were discussed all over the country and the world." He added, "The online e-filing system will also prove to be a milestone.

It will prove to be an important step in the times of Covid-19.

We have already been asking people to stay home.

This will set an example for other states to follow." The inauguration took place via video conferencing.

Under this system, both advocates and people will be able to file their complaints from home.

The online service will be available 24*7.


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