19 Kejriwal need not have abandoned janata darbar
Discussion topics: Aam Admi party, Arvind Kejriwal
Mr. Arvind Kejriwal need not have abandoned the very idea of running janata darbars, simply because some overcrowding was there. He could have arranged for construction of a queue complex on the model of Sri Venkateswara Temple, Tirumala, Andhra Pradesh.
The queue complexes can have compartments with benches for sitting, facilities for toilets, drinking water, public address system, medical help, etc. Tiffins, coffee and tea, meals can be sold at Aam Admi prices. Groups of people will move from one compartment to another compartment till they reach the sanctum sanctorum where Kejriwal and his Team sits. Closed Circuit TVs can broadcast suggestions to citizens on availing of Government Schemes and Programmes.
Computerised tokens with biometrics can be issued in advance, at the entrance. The token can have the time at which the Aam Admi should present himself at the entrance to go through the queue complex. Grievance forms can also be made available at the entrance.
Where there is a will, there will be a way out.