Delhi polls: BJP releases Vision Document; promises to make Delhi a world class city

New Delhi (web team): Four days ahead of Delhi assembly polls, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday released party’s vision document for Delhi, which lays down roadmap to address various challenges facing the city.

Unleashing a slew of promises, BJP promised to make Delhi a world class city, with women security, transparency in governance, housing, power and water supply to be priority areas.

However, the document did not spell out BJP’s position on full statehood to the national capital which it had promised in its manifestos for the 2013 assembly polls and past elections.

Releasing a vision document, Satish Upadhyay said, “Have to make Delhi a world class city. Our concern is to resolve issues of electricity, water and transport. In our vision document we have addressed how Delhi can be made a smart city, a knowledge hub, a skill development hub.”

He further added,”Our government in Delhi will be transparent and completely corruption free.” Delhi polls: AAP releases manifesto; unleashes slew of promises

Party’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi said, “The vision documents covers over 270 points and will focus on the issue of women safety, security, youth affairs, electricity and water, cleanliness, education and skill development, environment, 100% transparency, unimpeachable integrity, police accountability, maximum measurability, fiscal prudence, zero tolerance to corruption”

Stating that online and mobile technologies will be used to the fullest, she said, “There will be constant monitoring of government projects and the progress.”

In keeping with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio address ‘Mann Ki Baat’, Bedi said she would also address the people of Delhi through ‘Dil Ki Baat’.

“Not just the Chief Minister, Cabinet Ministers / MLAs can also address over radio – Dil Ki Baat,” said Bedi.

She also said it was her party’s priority is to deliver justice and bring to book the perpetrators of the 1984 riots.

Senior leaders Nirmala Sitharaman, Ananth Kumar, Harsh Vardhan, party’s Delhi unit Chief Satish Upadhyay were present on the occasion.

Its rival Aam Aadmi Party recently came up with a 70-point manifesto, unleashing a slew of promises including passing of the Jan Lokpal Bill, enhanced security for women and full statehood for the national capital.

Last week, Kiran Bedi also shared a blueprint for Delhi’s development on her social media account, beginning with a 25 point action plan for women’s safety, including preventive measures, corrective actions and regular reviews.

Delhi goes to polls on February 7, with counting of votes set to take place on February 10.