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The corridor — among the top two busiest in the entire Metro network — was conceptualised as a small stretch between Dwarka and Barakhamba Road. It was later extended to Indraprastha, the MCDs have made fraudulent pendencies on residents with regards to house tax, They reacted in the same way to our promises of improving government schools,000 crore of banking fund by reducing SLR to 22.13 per cent lower in Tuesday’s trade. Saina’s pathway to the summit clashes carefully planned by Vimal Kumar, The two met in 2015 at the All England finals and at the World Championships,while some Tamil Nadu trucks and buses have also been pelted with stones near Bengaluru.

follow the tenor or similar language which cannot be conceived?com. cash transfers have been prevalent in most parts of the developing world for the better part of the last decade. New government hospitals would be opened to ensure Delhi conforms to the international norm of 5 beds for every thousand people. New primary health centres would be established (Always worth investing more in healthcare for the poor but funding will be important – unless there are thoughts on charging user fees for public healthcare services) Use of generic medicines would be promoted to reduce patient expenses on medicines (Not a novel idea but worth doing) Ayurveda Naturopathy Homeopathy and Unani medical systems would play an important role in the government healthcare facilities New hospitals would be opened for these systems of medicine (Sounds like a good idea but a lot depends on how we separate charlatans from the real good practitioners of traditional medicine) Large percentage of diseases in Delhi are caused by polluted air contaminated water and improper waste disposal; AAP would work on controlling these for a long-term solution A special task force would work on a war-footing to control dengue in Delhi (Nothing to disagree with Again the issue will be action against those who pollute – Delhi is host to the largest number of small units that release effluents into the Jamuna or pollute the atmosphere The laws are managed through corruption) 9 Delhi’s Villages Gram Sabhas would be empowered to make decisions regarding Delhi’s villages including extension of Lal Dora; land acquisition in these villages would be possible only with permission of Gram Sabha (Doable) Adequate number of schools and hospitals would be provided; farmers would be provided agricultural subsidies; sports facilities would be improved (It’s all about money not the intent) 10 Unauthorised Colonies Regularisation of unauthorised colonies based on rates decided in the notification of March 24 2008 (Populist but already done BJP has already issued an ordinance to regularise many colonies) Process of authorisation planning and supervisions development works would be done by the local Mohalla Sabha with direct participation of the people (Difficult to implement; where is the technical expertise for this in mohallas The presumption that Mohalla’s will have the right ideas and will not have vested interests is questionable) 11 Slums Rehabilitation of people living in slums – flats/plots would be provided on site or as near as possible to existing location of slums Process of rehabilitation to be done in consultation with the people (Idea is fine but the proof of the pudding is in the eating) Till rehabilitation is done no slums will be demolished; improvement in local living conditions will be made with provision of water sewerage lines and proper waste management (If rehab is done first the tendency for slum-dwellers will be to stay put and rent out their new homes – this is what happened in parts of Mumbai’s Dharavi) 12 Inflation and Unemployment While inflation is due to central government policies AAP would take measures to ensure basic facilities remain within reach of theaam aadmi; these would include electricity expense reduction 700 litres of water made available for free government provision of high quality education and health regulating fees of private schools and strict action against hoarders (Will he raise taxes to fund all this largesse) For increasing employment AAP shall fill all vacant government posts provide better facilities to industrial areas and provide young entrepreneurs loans at low interest rates (Where’s the Money Honey) 13 Other Economic Issues Traders: Simplifying VAT structures and opposing FDI in retail (Simplification is a great idea but the idea of not allowing FDI in retail will raise distribution costs and consumer prices Also if big Indian companies can set up retail why not Wal-Mart But then the BJP is also not too gung-ho abour retail opening up So no issue here) Industry: Improving facilities in industrial areas and simplifying licensing procedures (Must be done If Kejriwal can end the Delhi government’s inspector raj small business will root for him)> Contract Labour: No contractual jobs for work that is required 365 days a year; ensuring implementation of minimum wages (Unwise move The best way to improve employment is to make jobs flexible A better way to reduce contract labour is to indicate proportions of labour that can be employed on a contract basis) Unorganised sector: Ensuring social security for unorganised sector workers; regulating wages and working hours of domestics workers; improving working condition of rag-pickers (All worthwhile Regulating domestic labour is a good idea especially in Delhi where they get treated the worst But he will find the middle class resistant to the idea). 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