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Delhi Elections 2015 and AAP

Delhi Elections 2015 and AAP

By Ishan Kukerti

A lot of trouble is going on currently within AAP which is making Delhi worried. But a look at the steps taken by the Arvind Kejriwal-led government so far are enough to quell any doubt, ease any worry.

Take a look yourself!

16th Feb 2015, 1st day in office

AAP launched the Anti-Corruption Helpline number 01127357169.

Delhi Government issued orders prohibiting any demolitions in the city. ‘Nobody should be deprived of shelter until proper arrangements are done.’ AAP said.

17th Feb

Delhi Government ordered that no contractual workers of any department will be removed till further guidelines formed.

Government issued 4500 permits to auto drivers for NCR region ensuring last mile connectivity. Take an auto to Noida without having to pay a million.

18th Feb

Satyendra Jain, Health Minsiter, launched Swine flu helpline – 011-22307145

Delhi Government issued orders to all testing labs in Delhi, freezing test charges of swine flu at maximum of Rs 4500. In city, some private labs were charging up to  Rs. 9000.

19th Feb

The Delhi Government granted license to 40 new drug stores to sell Tamiflu tablets for treatment of swine flu. Also, the government added two more designated laboratories to test for the disease and said the stock of medicines has been doubled.

21th Feb

Coordinating with Modi’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Kejriwal led AAP Government announced building of two lakh new toilets.

Delhi Government ordered Magisterial probe into Burari violence incident.

23rd Feb

The Delhi Government launched online complaint registration website: www.pgms.delhi.gov.in

25th Feb

AAP delivered on ‘bijli-paani’ promise, slashed power tariffs by 50%; announced 20,000 liters of free water.

Feb 27th

Arvind Kejriwal forms 9-member panel  to implement the 70 promises made by the AAP in its election manifesto.

28th Feb

Delhi government launched a portal to file complaints online directly with MP/MLA. MP/MLA can review complaints anytime, and status of the complaints can also be tracked.

1st March

Dwarka water treatment plant inaugurated by Arvind Kejriwal, water supply started in the evening.

7th March

The Delhi government decided to allow “carry forward” of refund (input tax credit) of VAT and extend the date of filing R9 form.

10th March

Working towards its goal of making Delhi a WiFi city in a year, AAP’s Delhi government is considering a model that entails converting about one-fifth of the city’s electricity poles into “smart poles” on which WiFi antennas may be mounted.

11th March.

AAP government will use geo-tagging for women safety in Delhi.

 

  • Subsidies are not an solution, its just populist politics to lure people. By starting this subsidy trend Kejriwal is taking our country a decade back.
    if he believe in philanthropy then tell him to earn his own money and do as much as he want. its tax payers money he is wasting.
    rest things are there in a lot of places , no overnight wonders in them . what matters is how these things are executed and that we can only tell after some time.

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  • Subsidies are not an solution, its just populist politics to lure people. By starting this subsidy trend Kejriwal is taking our country a decade back.
    if he believe in philanthropy then tell him to earn his own money and do as much as he want. its tax payers money he is wasting.
    rest things are there in a lot of places , no overnight wonders in them . what matters is how these things are executed and that we can only tell after some time.

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President Ram Nath Kovind Worried About The Air Pollution In Delhi

President Ram Nath Kovind expresses his concern on air pollution in Delhi

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President Ram Nath Kovind
President Ram Nath Kovind expresses his concern over the air pollution in various parts of the country. Wikimedia Commons

President Ram Nath Kovind has expressed concern over the air pollution in Delhi and neighbouring areas and said that days of smog sometimes give the feeling of doomsday scenario being fast forwarded.

“Many scientists and futurologists have painted doomsday scenarios. On days of smog and poor visibility in our cities, we fear the future might already be here,” the President said while speaking at a meeting with IITians and other technical institutes in Rashtrapati Bhavan.

“This is that time of the year when the air quality of the national capital as well as of many other cities worsens beyond all norms. We are facing a kind of challenge here that we have never faced before,” he added.

President expresses concern
President Ram Nath Kovind says that days of smog sometimes give the feeling of doomsday scenario being fast forwarded. Wikimedia Commons

The President said that hydrocarbon energy changed the face of the world in the last couple of centuries, but “now it is threatening our very existence”. He added that the challenge is compounded for nations battling to bring substantial sections of populations out of poverty. “Yet, we will have to find alternatives”, he said.

Also Read- Pollution Severe In Delhi In Spite Of Odd-Even Scheme: SC

“Many scientists and futurologists have painted doomsday scenarios. On days of smog and poor visibility in our cities, we fear the future might already be here,” the President said expressing concern over the air pollution.

He asked the institutes with their specializations to create sensitivity and awareness among students and researchers towards a common future. (IANS)