Aam Aadmi Party on Wednesday launched a drive called Delhi Dialogues

By on November 13, 2014

The Aam Aadmi Party on Wednesday launched a drive called Delhi Dialogues. AAP aims to focus on issues of the youth, their problems, their needs and their aspirations.

Arvind Kejriwal said “the party will deliberate with different sections of society and aims to work for making a better Delhi for its citizens.”

In a press conference, AAP Chief said “The party aims to draw up a 50 point blueprint for a five year government, that will deliver the actionables for all sections of Delhi – youth, women, traders, businesses, entrepreneurs, villages, unauthorized colonies, JJ clusters, RWAs, housing cooperatives & group housing societies and others.”

The party aim of Dellhi Dialogue is to create a blueprint that will deliver the aspirations of all these people of Delhi.

“We wish that the capital should have employment for all, high quality education for all, best in class health services to all, and security for women. A Delhi where roads, transport and traffic systems match the burgeoning population’s needs. A Delhi that provides affordable electricity and water in each and every home. A Delhi where the Yamuna is clean and has beautiful riverbanks. A Delhi where all communities live together in security and social fabric is not broken down into ghettos.” AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal said.

Meanwhile, Kejriwal said the Aam Aadmi Party could win 40-45 seats in the upcoming Delhi assembly election. In a response to a question by reporters on whether the party had done an internal survey and how many seats it was expected to win, Arvind Kejriwal said “We will win 40-45 seats.”

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