New Delhi (NVI): Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today inaugurated the Delhi government’s e-filing consumer complaint system, which aims to help Delhiites during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
While launching the system, the CM said, “I am confident that the e-filing consumer complaint system will be of much help to the people in Delhi who can now file their complaints online from their homes.”
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“I also hope that other states will take inspiration from Delhi and replicate the same for addressing the grievances of people in their respective states,” he added.
Delhi’s Consumer Affairs Minister Imran Hussain and top government officials of the Consumer Affairs Department were present during the inauguration of the E-filing consumer complaint system.
It may be noted that in July, Delhi became the second state to launch an e-RTI portal that will enable citizens to file online Right to Information (RTI).
Maharashtra is the first state to launch the online RTI platform.