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Monday, January 26, 2009

Reality show opens helpline to cater to wider audience

Reality show ‘Aap Ki Kachehri’, which serves as an alternate dispute redressal forum for the public, has opened its doors for a wider audience by launching a new helpline.

People who wish to solve their personal and professional issues amicably and voluntarily, can now call 022-66157735 to put their cases across to the show’s panel so that Kiran Bedi, a retired IPS officer who hosts the show, can provide a solution for the same, said a press release.

The step has been taken after the show was recently extended by 52 episodes owing to its popularity.

With this initiative, the helpline will allow applicants from across India to register their issues that will then be evaluated by Bedi along with the Aap Ki Kachehri panel of NGOs, the production team (BIG Synergy) and STAR Plus, on which the show airs.

The cases that qualify will be aired on the TV show. Aap Ki Kachehri is telecast every Monday-Thursday at 10:30 p.m.


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