New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday its Manifesto for the Delhi Assembly polls 2015 which is scheduled to be held on February 7. The AAP manifesto includes a number of promises including the passing of Jan Lokpal Bill, enhancement of security for women and full statehood for the National Capital.
The manifesto also includes the party’s plans of making Delhi a Wi-Fi free city and installation of CCTV cameras in Public Transport.
AAP leader and Former Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal said, “Our manifesto is like the Gita to us, Like Bible this is holy for us. We have made special reservations for senior citizens in our manifesto, and also the youth. Environment, women, autowalas, traffic, economy, we have covered all these areas in our manifesto, how to make everything better.”
He also said that the VAT rates will be reduced in the next five years and land will be acquired with respect to market rate and with the will of the owner and not with force.
Kejriwal stated that bunless there is a political will to lower the electricity prices at Delhi the prices won’t go down. Taking on the BJP, Kejriwal said that the party hadn’t fulfilled its past promises and didn’t even bother to release a manifesto on time.
The National Capital will be going for Polls on February 7 and the results of the elections is set to be declared on 10 February.