Comparative Manifestos of AAP, Congress and BJP for Assembly Election in Delhi

New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Congress have released their manifestos for Delhi Assembly elections while the BJP came out with its vision document instead of a manifesto. The BJP’s vision document was released late, just four days before elections.
Issues like zero tolerance towards corruption, reduction of electricity bills, women’s security and installation of CCTV cameras in residential colonies and in buses find mention in the election promises of all the three political parties.
The BJP and AAP also promise reduction of water rates. The BJP and Congress talk of increasing the number of power distribution companies in order to give options to the consumers. They also mention regularization of unauthorized colonies.
Granting full-fledged statehood to Delhi and increasing the number of schools and colleges have been promised by AAP and Congress. Housing for all, making Yamuna pollution-free and scrapping BRT are some of the issues mentioned only by the BJP as some of their promises.
Passage of Delhi Jan Lokpal Bill within 15 days of coming to power and making Delhi a free wi-fi zone are some of the promises made only by AAP. Zero tolerance towards corruption: BJP, AAP, Congress
Reduction in electricity bill: BJP, AAP, Congress
Women’s security: BJP, AAP, Congress
Installation of more CCTV cameras in colonies, buses: BJP, AAP, Congress
Rationalisation of water rates: BJP, AAP
More power distribution companies to give options to consumers: BJP, Congress
Regularisation of unauthorised colonies: BJP, Congress
Full-fledged statehood to Delhi: AAP, Congress
Increase the number of colleges, schools: AAP, Congress
Housing for all: BJP
Yamuna to be made pollution-free: BJP
Scrapping BRT: BJP
Single smart card to be made available for metro, rail and buses: BJP
Low interest rates for autos and e-rickshaws: BJP
Passage of Delhi Jan Lokpal Bill within 15 days of coming to power: AAP
To make Delhi a free WiFi zone: AAP
Gram sabhas to be empowered to make decisions regarding Delhi’s villages including extension of Lal Dora: AAP
Special reservations have been made for all senior citizens and youth of the nation: AAP
To establish a unified transport authority for a holistic transport policy: AAP
To fill all vacant government posts: AAP
To provide better facilities to industrial areas: AAP
To provide loans to young entrepreneurs at low interest rates: AAP
To enforce an education loan guarantee scheme: AAP
To make Delhi into a manufacturing hub: AAP
No charge for sewer connection: Congress