The manifesto, released by AAP convenor and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, focused on the areas of education, health, women safety, police reforms...
...zero corruption, jobs, land and housing, protection from sealing, cleanliness, pollution, transport and rejuvenation of the Yamuna
“The 2019 election is to save the nation, and save the Constitution. We are Indians first, then Hindu or Muslim,” Kejriwal said
The manifesto promises that colleges in Delhi will have reservation for those who are from Delhi and that all children will get free education from classes Nursery to Class 12
The party will improve the conviction rate for all crimes in Delhi, especially against women which is currently at 19%
Promising to make Delhi cleaner, Kejriwal said all MCDs would come under the Delhi government if it got full statehood
Fares of Delhi metro will be made affordable and concessional passes provided for students and senior citizens
AAP will create Delhi's own Public Service Commission within a year for the recruitment of a state level cadre of civil servants other than those of All India Services
AAP has promised to bring down the electricity expenditure of residents of Delhi by 50 per cent.
Police reforms have been highlighted to show that the Delhi Government is powerless without statehood as the Delhi Police doesn’t fall under its jurisdiction
AAP has also promised to fill nearly two lakh job vacancies in the Delhi Police, the education and health departments within a year
AAP has promised pucca houses to every family in Delhi within the next five years
AAP has also set a target of meeting 20 percent of Delhi’s electricity demand through solar energy in the next 10 years