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The Aam Aadmi Party was formed in the wake of a popular movement across the unique initiative of drawing up the party manifesto by forging a partnership. brings with it the perspective of the common women and men of this country. It is not a party that says it will solve all your problems. It is a party that wants Swaraj. Aam Aadmi Party. Delhi Election Manifesto Highlights. Commitment to passing Delhi Jan Lokpal Bill within 15 days of coming to power. All public servants.


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winds of change are blowing and the mandate is yours to give. Make a pact with AAP and see Delhi lead the country to an age of renewed hope and change. The Aam Aadmi Party Punjab Government will give 'Holy City' status to è As mentioned in the youth manifesto, All doctors, nurses and all paramedical staff will. Click Here to Download PDF copy. AAP National Manifesto _Page_03 AAP National Manifesto _Page_04 AAP National Manifesto.

It claimed that the common people of India remain unheard and unseen except when it suits the politicians. It wants to reverse the way that the accountability of government operates and has taken an interpretation of the Gandhian concept of swaraj as a tenet. It believes that through swaraj the government will be directly accountable to the people instead of higher officials. The swaraj model lays stress on self-governance, community building and decentralization.

Kejriwal has said that the AAP refuses to be guided by ideologies and that they are entering politics to change the system, Kejriwal said "We are aam aadmis.

If we find our solution in the left we are happy to borrow it from there. If we find our solution in the right, we are happy to borrow it from there. Prakash Karat , the CPI M leader, thought that there were some ideological similarities between the two parties, such as their agendas relating to social justice and decentralisation of power.

Srinivasa Raghavan, said that the AAP was right-wing when it came to morality and left-wing when it came to economics. Prashant Bhushan, his son, was a member of the party's National Executive Committee. The party started with a claim of being transparent in its funding. However, it had failed to disclose the details of the same on its website as promised earlier. On 23 March , Kejriwal began an indefinite fast in an attempt to mobilise people against inflated power and electricity bills at a house in Sundar Nagri, a low-income group resettlement colony in North-East Delhi.

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On 10 June , Kejriwal supported the agitation by Delhi auto-rickshaw drivers, who were protesting the Delhi government's ban on advertisements on auto-rickshaws. Kejriwal claimed the government's ban was because the drivers supported his party and carried AAP's advertisements on their vehicles. He said that the AAP would put 10, advertisements on auto-rickshaws as a protest.

The Delhi state assembly elections were the party's first electoral contest. In November , a sting operation conducted by Media Sarkar, alleged that several leaders of AAP, including Kumar Vishwas and Shazia Ilmi had agreed to extend their support to some people seeking assistance with land deals and other financial arrangements in return for donations in cash to AAP.

AAP emerged as the second-largest party in Delhi winning 28 of the 70 Assembly seats; the Bharatiya Janata Party as the single-largest party won 31 while its ally Shiromani Akali Dal won 1, Indian National Congress won 8 and two were won by others. The party fielded candidates in the Indian general election , in which it did not expect to do well.

It recognised that its support was based primarily in urban areas and that different strategies might be required for different regions of the country. The party pointed out that its funding was limited and that there were too many demands for local visits from Kejriwal.

The intention was to field candidates in large numbers to maximise the likelihood of recognition as a national party by the Election Commission. Immediately after elections, Shazia Ilmi a founder and PAC member resigned from party, alleging that the party was being run by a coterie and lacked internal democracy. The criticism of Kejriwal's style of leadership continued with National Executive member Yogendra Yadav's letter to his party members, in which he claimed the members were "falling prey to personality cult".

He said "Let me reiterate that Arvind bhai is no ordinary leader and there are no two opinions about his continuing as the national convener; nor have I ever doubted his status as first among equals within the party's leadership.

The real question is whether there are limits to personal discretion of the leader. After the National Executive meeting on 8 June, the party and Kejriwal acknowledged these differences and announced the launch of "Mission Vistar" Mission Expand to include more people in local as well as national decision making.

The BJP was able to win 3 seats and the Congress party saw all its candidates lose. During the campaign, Kejriwal's statement of "Paise lekar sting kar lo" [ clarification needed ] created controversy by asking volunteers to take bribes from other parties while recording the bribe. Major differences surfaced within the party leadership soon after the party's victory.

It created deep fissures between the founding members who had together championed the India Against Corruption movement. The problems emerged in February when Yogendra Yadav and Prashanth Bhushan wrote a joint letter to the National Executive highlighting Kejriwal's tendency to unilateral decision-making which they alleged had compromised the party's core principle of Swaraj.

It lost all the seats and failed to save deposits of 38 out of 39 seats in Goa on which it's candidates contested. The Party announced its first list of candidates for 17th Lok Sabha election on 2 March , After coming to power in Delhi, Kejriwal announced a reduction in electricity bills for up to units, driven by subsidy. He also ordered an audit of power distribution companies. The government scrapped Foreign Direct Investment in multi-brand retail.

It established an anti-graft helpline for the citizens to report corrupt officials. The government's plan to conduct Janata Durbar s public hearings with ministers was abandoned due to mismanagement. These came after his Law Minister, Somnath Bharti , had been dissatisfied with the response from the Delhi police to allegations relating to a neighborhood popular with immigrants from Uganda and Nigeria.

Kejriwal was demanding that the police should come under direct control of the Delhi government and that officers who had refused to do as Bharti had requested should be suspended.

He said that the protest will not hamper his work as he had brought along files and would carry on working from the venue of the protest. After two days, he ended his fast when the Lieutenant Governor , Najeeb Jung , intervened by suspended two policemen involved and set up a judicial inquiry.

This caused the AAP to determine that its prominent members would in future refrain from expressing opinions on anything that was not agreed by a broad consensus within the party. By January , financial support for the party from non-resident Indians had halved during the party's period in government, possibly reflecting disenchantment.

The party also admitted that its systems may have significantly overstated members introduced through a nationwide recruitment campaign that was affected by hoaxers.

In February , the AAP tried to introduce a Jan Lokpal Bill in the Delhi Assembly, However, Jung said that the AAP government tabling the bill without his agreement would be "unconstitutional" because the correct procedures for introduction had not been followed.

In December , had asked all private schools to make their own criteria for making the admission process transparent by uploading the criteria on the school website. In a follow-up move in early , the AAP Government scrapped all admission quotas from private schools except for children belonging to extremely weak socioeconomic backgrounds.

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In , the AAP Government then launched a campaign to focus on the reading ability of students after it found out that 3. It ran a two-month "crash-course", which it claimed led to 1 lakh such students now being able to read their textbooks. The Government also formed a panel to investigate the finances of schools in Delhi. The panel scrutinised a total of 1, private unaided schools, and identified some as having overcharged parents on the pretext of implementing recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission.

The announcement received mixed responses; some perceived it as a justified attack on financial malpractice and unjustified fee hikes [98] while the Delhi High Court has been of the opinion that the Government should stop meddling in private school affairs. In October , the AAP government announced that it will inaugurate over 5, new classrooms in more than Delhi government schools. The AAP government has allocated the highest share of the Delhi state budget towards education for five years in a row.

The AAP Government had planned to set up 1, Mohalla Clinics by the end of to provide consultation, medicines and tests free of cost to patients. In February , it was reported that such clinics were functional which had treated over 8 lakh patients in five months. The erstwhile Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung ordered a committee to formed to examine the alleged irregularities and cases of nepotism across the Delhi State Government departments.

Aam Aadmi Party always denied to make pre-poll alliance in any election. In Punjab assembly election party formed coalition with Lok Insaaf Party and gave 5 seats to it.

For Indian general election party declared to make coalition with Jannayak Janata Party in Haryana. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It has been suggested that Shramik Vikas Sangathan be merged into this article.

Discuss Proposed since January This article needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. August Aam Aadmi Party. Politics of India Political parties Elections. Main article: Delhi Legislative Assembly election, Indian general election, Vote Share of different parties in the Delhi election.

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Due to zero accountability of Delhi Police towards the people of Delhi, the crime situation in the national capital has rapidly deteriorated. With full statehood, AAP will make Delhi police fully accountable to the people of Delhi and set new standards of professional and quality policing. Extensive reforms will be initiated in line with the directions of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in the matter of Prakash Singh versus Union of India, to modernize Delhi Police.

The response time for PCR to reach the complainant at any place in Delhi will be 5 minutes.

Improved working conditions for the police force will be ensured so that they can pursue their duties without stress. Our party maintains zero tolerance towards corruption. We irmly believe that every paisa of the tax paid by the people should be spent for their welfare. To ensure this, in the irst term of our government, we took swift actions against the corrupt through the Anti Corruption Branch. However, the Bill is still few months of the present AAP pending for the approval of the Central government to break the spine of Government.

This irst of a kind initiative has of public functionaries that will be not only saved huge time and money of the deemed as corrupt practice. Due to gross mismanagement of our economy, instead of reaping a demographic dividend, the country is headed for demographic disaster. Detrimental schemes of BJP government like demonetization and GST's failed implementation has not only ruined the Small and Medium Enterprises, but has brought the unemployment levels to the highest in the last 45 years.

In Delhi, the AAP government has taken a number of progressive steps to provide digni ied employment to the youth. However, because the elected government has illegally been denied control over services by the Central government, about 2 lakh posts in government are lying vacant. Department etc. Unplanned growth has also resulted in poor access to amenities for majority of the residents.

Over the past 4 years, DDA has refused to give land for new schools, colleges, clinics, bus depots etc. Another major gap is in the way the Master Plan for Delhi is prepared with little public participation.

With full statehood, AAP will create an inclusive city where all the citizens enjoy the bene its of world class facilities. The government will ensure that residents of unauthorized colonies will have access to all public services and amenities.Archived from the original on 1 March The AAP has a section on natural resources that does include water and forests among natural resources along with major minerals and provides Gram Sabha pivotal role, without whose consent, decisions about exploitation of such major natural resources cannot be taken.

This is creating havoc on surrounding areas with displacement of tribals, destruction of forests and pushing unjustifiable dams. In October , the AAP government announced that it will inaugurate over 5, new classrooms in more than Delhi government schools.

Politics of India Political parties Elections. Delhi goes to poll on May 12 and the results would be announced on May The party has received proposals from a few candidates in other states, for which the decision will be taken soon," the leader added. Even on the issue of seemingly unsolvable urban water pollution, the only solution party can offer is more sewage treatment plants, choosing to ignore that the existing STPs are non functional most of the places.

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