New Delhi: The Chief Minister of the capital Arvind Kejriwal has promised to make Delhi clean by using the best technology within a year only if the Aam Aadmi Party comes to power.
Talking to the media while releasing an eight-page Aam Aadmi Party manifesto, Kejriwal went on to say: “We will make Delhi clean within a year if we come to power.”
Delhi will vote on Sunday to elect a new South Delhi, an East Delhi and a North Delhi Municipal Corporation. All three bodies were earlier one single entity: Municipal Corporation of Delhi.
Kejriwal promised to use the best technology to clean up Delhi.
Citing the manifesto, the AAP leader said more sanitation employees would be recruited and those on contract would get regular job.
He reiterated his promise to abolish residential house tax and waive off all arrears in Delhi.
He said Delhi would become free of dengue and chikungunya in three years. The civic body would start the process of “desilting nullahs” in the city within a year of its victory.