Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal, who will take oath as Delhi's chief minister on 28 December, appealed to all honest officers on Thursday to approach him via SMS, emails and letters."We would give such officers good position in our government, and take their help to make strategies," Kejriwal told reporters after addressing a Janta Darbar at AAP's office in Kaushambi, in neighbouring Ghaziabad.Adding that he would solve their problems at the earliest, Kejriwal said: "I also appeal to those honest officers (to contact me) who have been suspended, and their pension, medical and other dues have not been cleared so far."On sending an invitation to social activist Anna Hazare for the oath-taking ceremony Saturday, Kejriwal said he would personally talk to him over the phone and invite him.He said he would announce his cabinet's portfolios within the next two days.IANS
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