Ever since Aam Aadmi Party’s introduction, the party has been the center of many controversies. Participate in AAP Government performance review poll and tell us how much will you rate Kejriwal government out of 10 in Delhi and also give in your views in the comment section.
Arvind Kejriwal formed the Aam Aadmi Party in 2012, and in 2013 AAP won the Delhi Legislative Assembly Elections 2013. He took an oath as the Chief Minister on 28th December 2013 and after a 49 days government, he resigned on 14th February 2014, due to the inability of his minority government to pass his anti-corruption legislation due to the lack from support from the majority of political parties.
The elections to fill in the Chief Minister seat in Delhi was held on 7th February 2015. The results were declared on 10th February 2015. From winning 28 seats in the election of 2013, AAP managed to win a complete majority of 67 seats in the 2015 elections. Arvind Kejriwal was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Delhi on 14th February 2015.
Three years have passed, and in these three years, AAP government has witnessed many highs and lows. While AAP government has managed to fulfill a few promises such as –
- Power Subsidy
- Free water
- Construction of Mohalla Clinics
- Quality Education facilities
- Hiked Pensions
- Compensation Scheme
- Development in Illegal Colonies
- Easy Documentation
- Building public toilets
- Regularizing Illegal colonies
- Increase in minimum wages of skilled, unskilled and semi-skilled laborers
Though the AAP government has been successful in fulfilling these promises, there are a few promises which the AAP government failed to implement. Such as –
- Jan Lokpal Bill
- Free WiFi at public places
- Construction of Aam Aadmi Canteen
- Improvement of Public transport, Introduction of more DTC buses
- Creation of New Degree Colleges
- Swaraj Bill (Mohalla Sabha bill)
- Improved road and infrastructure
People have mixed opinion when it comes to how AAP government performance review. Participate in our poll and tell us what you think of AAP government performance in Delhi.