AAP ke Mudde

  • FG Bureau
  • India
  • Apr 07, 2014



Challenging all his opponents to a debate on the vision for Gurgaon, AAP candidate and top ideologue Yogendra Yadav said that this election was historic, as it would usher in a new form of politics. On the occasion he also released the Party Manifesto, which has been specifically made for Gurgaon Lok Sabha constituency – represented by many different ‘worlds’ of Gurgaon, Rewari and Mewat. The Manifesto identifies corruption and the hold of builders, lack of infrastructure, unemployment, lack of education and poor health facilities as the top challenges that the Party would tackle. “We also want to bring in good governance,” asserted Yadav. To create employment in rural areas, the Manifesto calls for the setting up of small-scale industry; in the cities, industry would be asked to train and absorb the local youth. For Mewat, Yadav said that there was need for a big push to be given to education and health facilities, whereas Rewari needed good college facilities. He added that Gurgaon should have a University and emerge as an education hub.

In urban areas, the failure of governance would be resolved by the setting up of an overarching agency - but this would be elected by people and accountable to them. “We also need to find a solution to bring water to the region, and we will try hard to get the SYL issue resolved,” he stressed. Apart from planning various civic amenities and facilities, the Manifesto talks of regulating the number of liquor shops, that too after an ‘approval’ by women. The AAP manifesto has also listed specific measures for every assembly constituency. Yadav promised that AAP and he would regularly review their performance against this Manifesto.


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