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Arvind Kejriwal as Delhi CM, 18 Demands to be fulfilled!

By:  Tupaki Desk   |   23 Dec 2013 7:06 AM GMT

Aam Aam Party (AAP) has finally announced that it is going to form the government in Delhi as majority of the people have answered 'YES' in the opinion poll conducted by the party since the past few days. AAP announced it would take outside supprt from Congress and Party Chief Arvind Kejriwal will be the chie minister of Delhi.

Before meeting LT. Governor, Arvind Kejriwal said, "People of Delhi are becoming Chief Minister, not me. I can't do anything alone".

Kejriwal wants the swearing-in ceremony to be held in Jantar Mantar. He promised to fulfill all the issues discussed in the manifesto. Here are the 18 demands...

1. To bring an end to the VIP culture in Delhi.

2. Passing of the Jan Lokpal Bill – the version for which Anna Hazare held fasts.

3. Swaraj in Delhi: People will take decision directly in mohalla sabhas, which will be held in every locality and colony.

4. Complete statehood for Delhi; central government’s hold on DDA and police should end.

5. Special audit of all power companies in the Capital from the time they were privatised.

6. Electricity meters should be checked.

7. Availability of water to every household in the Capital.

8. Regularisation of unauthorised colonies.

9. Clean and affordable houses for those living in slums.

10. Support to give regular jobs to those working on contractual basis.

11. Infrastructural facilities like roads, electricity, water and basic facilities to ordinary trader and simplification of VAT system.

12. No FDI in retail should be allowed in Delhi.

13. Providing facilities and subsidies to farmers in the villages in the Capital.

14. Opening 500 government schools, stopping donations in private schools and making the fee system transparent.

15. Opening new government hospitals with better facilities.

16. Special security units for women and all harassment cases need to be tackled within three months.

17. Setting up enough courts and appointing judges so that all cases are dealt with within six months.