"This is the end of an era in governance and beginning of an era. Now, people will not have to stand in long queues. The government will come to your door to serve you and by doing this, the government will serve the public in a true sense," Kejriwal said.
"This is a revolutionary change. Now people will not have to waste their time and money on multiple trips to the government offices. They just need to call on 1076 and request for the service they want. They need to pay Rs 50 and can get 40 services at their doorstep.
"The work will be done easily, fast and without any touts," he added.
Driving license, new water or sewer connection and disconnection will also be provided under the scheme between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. through a 'Mobile Sahayak'.
All the 'sahayaks' -- six in each 11 districts -- will be geo-tagged and will be monitored by a supervisor of the district.
People can also file their complaints and feedback on the same number if facing any issue in the delivery of service.
"The scheme was possible because of two reasons. First, our thinking to make the life of a common man easy. Second, our clear intention.
"There will be issues in the scheme, but we will work hard to resolve them and will serve as a model before the world," he added.
Kejriwal also said that he wanted to deliver rations to the doorstep of the people.