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The Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party AAP released its manifesto for the Delhi assembly elections on Tuesday, four days ahead of the polling, promising quality education, health, clean water and hour electricity to the people of the Capital.

The party also said AAP government will try to fulfil the long-pending demands of Delhi Jan Lokpal and Delhi Swaraj Bill along with the full statehood if it comes to power after the February 8 Delhi assembly polls. Good education to every child, medical facilities, reducing pollution to one third and clearing loose overhead electrical wires in different areas of the city are among them.

The point programme of the AAP also includes pursuing the central government for the inclusion of Bhojpuri into the eighth Schedule of the Constitution. The AAP said it will ensure doorstep delivery of ration cards and run a pilot project to allow markets in the Capital to open 24 hours. The party has promised free pilgrimage to 10 lakh senior citizens in its manifesto for the Delhi polls.

The AAP promised the appointment of new sanitation workers in the city and Rs 1 crore compensation to the families of those who die while performing their duty. The AAP, which had swept the polls by winning 67 of the 70 seats in the last assembly elections in , is looking to repeat its performance.

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AAP MANIFESTO 2020

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Manifesto 2020

As rival BJP ramps up the pitch on nationalism in the campaign for the Assembly elections in Delhi, the ruling AAP today released its manifesto that emphasises upon a governance model that upholds the values enshrined in the Constitution and rises above religion and caste, and promises introduction of a 'Deshbhakti Curriculum' in schools while guaranteeing continuance of subsidy-driven benefits such as cheap electricity and water, and free bus rides for women. The manifesto underlines the ongoing populist schemes of the Arvind Kejriwal government, assuring under the head 'Kejriwal Ki 10 Guarantee' that these initiatives will be continued. Mentioned as part of the ten guarantees are 24 hours uninterrupted power supply, free up to units, hour pure, piped water to every household, with 20, litres free, world-class education facility, holistic healthcare facilities through Mohalla clinics and state-of-the-art hospitals, biggest and cheapest public transport system, with free bus ride scheme to be made available to students besides women, reducing pollution levels by one-third, cleaning and rejuvenation of the Yamuna, making Delhi garbage and debris-free, appointing Mohalla Marshals for enhanced security of women, in addition to installing CCTV cameras, street lights and appointment of bus marshals, providing unauthorised colonies with basic amenities and giving slum-dwellers pucca housing. The AAP, in the wake of the BJP's emphasis on nationalism in the election campaign, has promised to bring in a Deshbhakti curriculum in the schools run by the Delhi government. The party has pledged free pilgrimage for ten lakh senior citizens over the next five years, compensation of Rs one crore for Safai Karmacharis who did their duty, doorstep delivery of ration, full ownership rights with freehold status for residents of resettlement colonies, regularisation and registry of properties in unauthorised colonies, continued compensation to farmers on crop loss and legal protection for street vendors. A few of its original promises have made a comeback, with the AAP resolving to get the Delhi Janlokpal Bill passed by the Centre, pledging to bring in a strong Delhi Swaraj Bill that will formalise the roles and responsibilities of Mohalla Sabhas meant as a way to devolve power and involve people in decision-making and demanding full statehood for Delhi.

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Delhi Elections 2020: AAP manifesto promises pollution control, education, cleanliness

The Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party AAP released its manifesto for the Delhi assembly elections on Tuesday, four days ahead of the polling, promising quality education, health, clean water and hour electricity to the people of the Capital. The party also said AAP government will try to fulfil the long-pending demands of Delhi Jan Lokpal and Delhi Swaraj Bill along with the full statehood if it comes to power after the February 8 Delhi assembly polls. Good education to every child, medical facilities, reducing pollution to one third and clearing loose overhead electrical wires in different areas of the city are among them. The point programme of the AAP also includes pursuing the central government for the inclusion of Bhojpuri into the eighth Schedule of the Constitution. The AAP said it will ensure doorstep delivery of ration cards and run a pilot project to allow markets in the Capital to open 24 hours. The party has promised free pilgrimage to 10 lakh senior citizens in its manifesto for the Delhi polls.

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