Why Contest? The Aam Aadmi Party AAP will fight for a non-corrupt, competent, clean and caring administration in Maharashtra which can enable citizens to live a humane and happy life in a cosmopolitan community within the ambit of the Constitution of India. Why Maharashtra? Decay and Decline Maharashtra is failing — neglected and exploited. Manipulation of caste and communal identities; appropriation of public spaces for private gain; control of media space by state power; rotting roads, bridges, public education and health systems; deep agrarian distress and joblessness, has led to political, economic and social tyranny in city and countryside through the rule of a few feudal families. The state is broken and broke — expenses routinely exceed revenues.
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This will ensure a time-bound investigation in matters of corruption. The Delhi Lokpal will have the power to initiate investigations and prosecution against those charged with corruption. Whistleblowers will be provided protection and awarded for their contribution toward creating a just system. Decisions affecting the local community will be taken by citizens and implemented by their Secretariat. This way land will be made available for the common man, there will be greater synchronization and shared purpose among civic services with regard to service delivery and the law and order machinery will be accountable to the citizens.
A more efficient, transparent and accountable system to regulate and audit the power generation and distribution companies is the need of the hour and AAP will do everything within its command to achieve that.
Discoms should purchase power from economical sources and wriggle out of expensive and unsustainable Power Purchase Agreements. AAP will take measures to provide relief from rising power bills, namely generating cheaper electricity, improving transmission efficiency, fixing billing defects and correcting meter defects.
Discoms shall also be brought within the ambit of the RTI act. We will ensure that the citizens of Delhi do not have to bear the burden of soaring power tariffs. Initially we will provide subsidy that would go not to the power discoms but to Delhi Transco, a state-owned transmission company which has unpaid bills of Rs 3, crore to be paid by the discoms. This money will help Delhi Transco upgrade and augment its transmission capacity, which is in a bad state at present.
After the audit results are tabled in the assembly, power tariffs will be restructured. We will also ensure that the Rajghat and Bawana plant are efficiently utilized.
We will introduce competitive distribution, which will provide better services and lead to lower tariffs. Incentives will be given to households, housing societies, enterprise and industry to gradually switch over to renewable energy.
It will provide universal access to clean drinking water to all citizens of Delhi at an affordable price. The Delhi Jal Board Act will be amended to make clean drinking water a right of the people. AAP will make a time bound plan of action for covering all residents of Delhi with piped water and sewage network in all parts irrespective of their legal status.
Within five years piped water connections will be made available to as many as 14 lakh households 50 lakh people in Delhi that do not have a piped water connection at present. This scheme will be extended to group-housing societies.
The mandatory annual 10 percent hike in water tariffs will be abolished and any further hike will be made only after due consideration. The AAP government will abolish the C-1A B category to provide relief to households that run small shops from their residence less than square feet for their livelihood for which they are charge commercial rates in spite of the fact that they are not using water for commercial purposes.
AAP will put in place a transparent tanker water distribution system by implementing state-of-the-art techniques. The schedule of tankers operating in different localities would be made available online and on mobile phone. Private tankers will be allowed to operate under the guidelines framed by our government.
This will protect the consumers from exorbitant pricing and illegal practices of private tanker operators. Discharge of untreated water and industrial effluents into the river Yamuna will be strictly prohibited. Families that adopt rainwater harvesting shall be termed water- friendly families. The government will provide incentives to families who do so. These toilets will be concentrated in public spaces and slum areas. We will construct eco-toilets to save water.
We will encourage recycling by segregation of biodegradable and non-biodegradable waste at the household level. Littering or disposal of construction debris in public places will attract a heavy fine. We will enforce the ban on plastic bags in the city. The loan will cover both tuition fees and living expenses. The loan repayment schedule will carry a moratorium period covering the years required to finish the course and one year thereafter to find a job.
Under this scheme no loan request will be rejected. Capitation fee will be abolished. To streamline the admission process, we will use a centralized online system for nursery admissions, removing avenues for corruption.
Every school will have sufficient functional toilets built, especially for girls. A sufficient budget will be given at the discretion of the principal for lights, fans, blackboards and other essential infrastructure. Teaching and learning infrastructure including computers and high-speed Internet connectivity will be made fully functional in every school. Number of DTC buses will be increased in order to service private schools so that it cuts down on the wait times at regular DTC bus stops.
Seventeen thousand new teachers will be hired to maintain full staff strength at government schools. The total budgetary allocation will be increased accordingly. We will ensure that Delhi conforms to the international norm of five beds for every people. Generic, affordable and high quality drugs will be made available to the public. Unlit streets become scenes of crimes particularly against women.
AAP will ensure a percent lighting of streets across the city so that no miscreant or anti-social activity goes unnoticed. An effective combination of shared autos, metro feeder services and e-rickshaws will be used to provide efficient last mile connectivity by fixing and delimiting routes. This will be synced with metro and bus timings so that there is a working connection to each neighborhood from nodal points. AAP will ensure that women can go about their jobs in the city free of stress while travelling by public transport.
AAP will operationalize 47 new courts that it had commissioned in January to ensure speedy justice. If required, the courts will be run in two shifts so that the cases involving crimes against women are heard and trials completed within six months. We will make provisions for affordable housing for government counsels and lawyers practising in lower courts.
The government will streamline existing government medical schemes to ensure maximum coverage of legal functionaries. AAP will also use 5, bus marshals to prevent and deter crime on public transport. We will work towards its connectivity to the police, nearest PCR van, relatives and volunteer community. Data on government projects, performance, accounts and personnel will be posted online. This will bring transparency and accountability in governance. Those engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry will receive incentives and infrastructural support as is done in neighbouring states.
We will provide sports facilities in villages to encourage young adults to pursue sports. Connectivity to rural Delhi will be enhanced through increased bus and metro services. Strong pressure would be exerted on the Central government to remove unnecessary restrictions regarding land use in villages.
Citywide Wi-Fi can help in bridging the digital divide. We will simplify compliance and licensing for traders and put in place a system of single window clearance.
We will also ensure that starting a trade or business in Delhi takes a maximum time of one week. As vital stakeholders the participation of traders in the framing of trade policies will be encouraged.
PTI The much-awaited Aam Aadmi Party manifesto, released on Tuesday, is short on the number of promises compared to its document, but is focused on the concerns of the time, promising as it does to serve and uphold the values of the Constitution while talking of a nationalism course in government schools. Yet, it chose to do away with a categorical assurance of being committed to the well being of minorities as it had done in when it spoke out against attacks on places of worship and inflammatory speeches. The party manifesto of elections had a point action plan. While the promise of doorstep ration delivery is new, Jan Lokpal and Swaraj bills were part of the manifesto as well. It is pending with the Centre for four years. Sisodia said the next Kejriwal government guarantees to provide good education to every child in Delhi, better healthcare to its people and hour supply of pure water. It also promises to reduce pollution levels to one-third its current level.
Aam Aadmi Party manifesto sticks to Delhi, slips in ‘deshbhakti’ course
This will ensure a time-bound investigation in matters of corruption. The Delhi Lokpal will have the power to initiate investigations and prosecution against those charged with corruption. Whistleblowers will be provided protection and awarded for their contribution toward creating a just system. Decisions affecting the local community will be taken by citizens and implemented by their Secretariat. This way land will be made available for the common man, there will be greater synchronization and shared purpose among civic services with regard to service delivery and the law and order machinery will be accountable to the citizens. A more efficient, transparent and accountable system to regulate and audit the power generation and distribution companies is the need of the hour and AAP will do everything within its command to achieve that. Discoms should purchase power from economical sources and wriggle out of expensive and unsustainable Power Purchase Agreements.
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