Day 293 : 5-Dec-15

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 5-Dec-15:

  1. Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the government will withdraw its new rule to allow cars with odd and even registration numbers if it creates too many problems for the people. ( ( ( (
  2. Delhi government issued over 500 learners’ licence during recently concluded Trade Fair 2015 with its Transport department stall receiving an enormous response from the visitors. (
  3. The Delhi Aam Aadmi Party government has decided to create over 9,000 additional teaching posts in its schools across the capital. ( ( ( ( ( (
  4. Delhi’s roads will be vacuum-cleaned starting April 1, 2016: Arvind Kejriwal. (

Related News:

  1. Embarrassment for Delhi police as court acquits AAP MLA and admonishes cops for filing false cases. ( (
  2. Public transport agencies say that AAP’s reduce cars plan deadline too close. (
  3. Delhi University has no data of sexual harassment complaints in colleges: Swati Maliwal. (
  4. The Delhi Assembly’s winter session that concluded yesterday was the longest & most productive in the history of the legislature, Speaker Ram Niwas Goel said today. ( (
  5. Aam Aadmi Party govt needs ‘Effective Strategy’ to push plan to fight pollution: NGO. (
  6. Former union minister Jairam Ramesh described Delhi government’s decision to implement ‘odd-even’ restrictions for plying of private vehicles a “good step” ( ( ( (
  7. The Centre for Science and Environment welcomed Delhi government’s decision to curb pollution in the capital by plying odd and even number vehicles on alternate days in the city. (
  8. Aam Aadmi Party steps up attack against Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi in alleged corruption case. (
  9. Delhi will have ‘all-women PCR vans’ plying in certain zones, with the department selecting eight female constables as drivers of patrol vehicles. ( (

Day 242 : 15-Oct-15

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 15-Oct-15:

  1. The Delhi government has issued show-cause notices to 89 hospitals and diagnostic centres in Delhi, after the findings of a survey revealed that the sex ratio at birth at these places was significantly lower than the state average. (Source)
  2. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia stressed on the need to come out with feasible solutions to address the issue of air pollution. (Source)
  3. To reduce evasion of value added tax (VAT), Delhi AAP government has announced a reward scheme for informers who furnish specific information regarding undisclosed sales or movement of goods. (Source)
  4. The Delhi government has begun preparing a proposal to install CCTV cameras across the Capital in a time-bound manner. (Source1) (Source2)

Related News:

  1. In response to an RTI application, the Municipal Corporations of Delhi have admitted to spending Rs 1 crore per month on maintenance of MCD web portal ( (Source)
  2. An environment activist moves NGT against the operation of concrete plant by an engineering and construction company on Yamuna Floodplains. (Source1) (Source2)
  3. The National Green Tribunal has imposed a fine of Rs. 5 lakh on a five-star hotel in New Delhi for flouting environmental norms and causing damage to the environment. (Source)
  4. With over 1,300 fresh dengue cases reported in the past five days, the total number of people down with the vector-borne fever in the city this year has mounted to a threatening 12,020. (Source1) (Source2) (Source3)
  5. Sub-Inspectors in Delhi Police will be appointed in the future without any interview as Home Minister Rajnath Singh approved discontinuation of interviews in the examinations conducted by the SSC. (Source1) (Source2)
  6. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will deploy its “army of workers”, if necessary, to ensure that ghazal maestro Ghulam Ali’s concert goes well in the national capital, senior party leader Sanjay Singh said. (Source1) (Source2) (Source3) (Source4)
  7. EWS admission racket: No breather for students who were admitted to Bal Bharti Public School under EWS quota through forged documents from High Court for expelled students. (Source)
  8. Shiv Sena says won’t let Ghulam Ali show happen in Delhi, Aam Aaadmi Party tells it to get well soon. (Source)
  9. The lieutenant-governor-appointed chief of ACB, joint commissioner of police M K Meena, has ordered a probe after a complaint alleging irregularities in procurement of sugar by Delhi government. (Source1) (Source2)

Day 202 : 5-Sep-15

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 5-Sep-15:

  1. Delhi Aam Aadmi Party Government Reduces Syllabus for Students Upto Class VIII, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said. (Source1) (Source2) (Source3) (Source4) (Source5)
  2. The AAP Delhi government has decided to address the long-pending demands of the restaurant industry in Delhi by offering them an environment conducive to ease of doing business by simplified licensing process. (Source)
  3. The Delhi Jal Board is supplying 15 gallons per day (MGD) of water to Dwarka sub-city in South Delhi through various sources, to resolve the problem of paucity of water in Dwarka to a significant extent. (Source)

Related News:

  1. The Supreme Court has issued a contempt of court notice to Police Commissioner B S Bassi on the failure of the Delhi Police to bring an accused to court even after non-bailable warrants were issued against him. (Source)
  2. The Delhi Police have launched three new initiatives under community policing in the last two months, to give a ‘makeover’ to the image of the police force. (Source)
  3. Residents’ Welfare Associations in the city don’t want the government to allow mixed land use on more streets in plotted areas, to approach lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung with a demand to stop further commercialization. (Source)
  4. Fight breaks out in NSUI over choice of candidates for Delhi University Students Union elections. (Source)
  5. MHA report indicts former NDMC chairman Jalaj Shrivastava for “gross abuse of power” in appointments to the body and for his “flip-flop” approach to big hotels in central Delhi. (Source)
  6. Laying emphasis on the safety of girl students on campus, the Aam Aadmi Party’s students wing — CYSS has constituted a five-point demand charter as part of its agenda for the upcoming DUSU elections. (Source)
  7. Contractors with the Public Works Department (PWD) have been on strike for the past two and a half months affecting regular maintenance of roads. (Source)

Day 167 : 1-Aug-15

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 1-Aug-15:

  1. Utensils and wooden or timber furniture will now cost cheaper in the national capital with the Delhi government implementing more than seven per cent reduction in the Value Added Tax (VAT) imposed on such items. (Source1) (Source2) (Source3) (Source4)
  2. The Delhi government unveiled a new excise policy on Saturday paving the way for establishment of microbreweries at hotels and restaurants across the Capital. (Source) (Source2)
  3. Over 142 differently abled youths were shortlisted for jobs at multinational companies on the first day of an eight-day-long job summit organised by the Delhi government here. (Source1) (Source2)
  4. The Aam Aadmi Party government has made a pitch for making the Delhi chief minister co-chairman of Delhi Development Authority. (Source1) (Source2)

Related news:

  1. Members of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) stopped screening of a documentary, “Muzaffarnagar Abhi Baki Hai”, at Kirori Mal College on Saturday terming the film as alumnus, “anti-national”. (Source1) (Source2)
  2. The Delhi Medical Council (DMC) today suspended registration certificates of four resident doctors, in the wake of alleged negligence in treatment that led to amputation of a leg of a 11-year-old boy. (Source1) (Source2)
  3. Newly-appointed chief of the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) Swati Maliwal asked Police Commissioner BS Bassi to furnish information about “increasing” complaints of crimes against women in the capital. (Source1) (Source2) (Source3) (Source4)

Day 166 : 31-July-15

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 31-July-15:

  1. Delhi government officials on Friday visited schools, colleges and coaching centres to check for the use of tobacco products on their premises. (Source)
  2. Delhi’s Aam Aadmi Party Government is organising a job fair for the unemployed from 1st – 11th August in the capital., 25 companies participating. (Source)

Related news:

  1. The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) on Friday announced that the civic body will levy environmental compensation fees, following directives from the National Green Tribunal (NGT), in its jurisdiction. (Source1) (Source2)
  2. BJP has unveiled a series of hoardings questioning the AAP Delhi government’s expenditure on its advertisement campaign. (Source1) (Source2) (Source3) (Source4) (Source5) (Source6)
  3. The Delhi High Court on Friday issued notices to the Delhi government, Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) and the three power distribution companies (discoms) on a public interest litigation (PIL) seeking repairs to exposed electrical wiring in public places. (Source)
  4. Petrol price was cut by Rs 2.43 per litre and diesel by Rs 3.60 a litre, the third reduction in rates this month, with effect from midnight tonight. (Source1) (Source2)
  5. Police have arrested four persons for allegedly securing admission for at least 22 students to top colleges under Delhi University (DU) with the help of forged documents. (Source)
  6. Traffic police will crack down on diesel taxis starting Saturday, following the high court’s order to ban the use of such vehicles by app-based taxi services. (Source1) (Source2)
  7. The issue of notifying a circle rate hike for agricultural land in Delhi is threatening to become a new flashpoint between chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung. (Source)

Day 125 : 20-Jun-15

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 20-Jun-15:

  1. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has demanded the Railways to put on hold removal of jhuggies from the Railways land across the city till the time they are rehabilitated at an alternate location. (Source).
  2. The Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi has decided to provide employment to acid attack survivors. (Source)

Related News:

  1. BJP terms Delhi government’s proposed amendments to the Education Act as a “mere eyewash”. (Source)

100 days of AAP Govt (Poll promises on AAP Manifesto for Delhi)

Arvind Kejriwal assumed power again  on 14th Feb 2015 with  historic mandate. During entire election campaign Arvind Kejriwal  had promised Delhi to be first corruption free state , a govt on concept of swaraj and most importantly a government that would respond to the common people.

AAP Delhi team came up with ‘Delhi Dialogue’  a unique model of collaborative development to forge a partnership between the government and the citizens of Delhi. Through series of dialogues with public , AAP released impressive 70 point blueprint for a five year government, that will deliver the actionables for all sections of Delhi .

Manish sisodia appointed as Deputy CM and Arvind Kejriwal decided to serve without any portfolio. Delhi Chief Minister,forms 9-member panel  to implement the 70 promises made by the Aam Aadmi Party in its election manifesto. As soon as Arvind Kejriwal become chief minister he started his famous JANTA DARBAAR to hear public grievances and resolve them in timely manner. Arvind Kejriwal holding his public hearings at his official residence 3 days in a week. Arvind Kejriwal established 9-member panel  to implement the 70 promises made by the Aam Aadmi Party in its election manifesto.

A period of 100 days in power is too short to judge any chief minister,  when five years time is given to show results , but this is certainly long enough  period to judge the direction of the man and his government.

Arvind Kejriwal and AAP govt ‘s achievement in 100 days

Delhi Janlokpal Bill: delhi govt working on Janlokpal bill and will table in June this year.

Swaraj Bill: AAP govt’s one of major poll promise and initiative to pass power to public is still no where on paper right now ,But in absence of this bill also AAP govt is making citizens participants in governance. Janta ka Budget kicks off in 6 constituencies of Delhi : Oklha, Karawal Nagar, Dwarka, Bawana, Patparganj and Chhatarpur.Street kids draft own budget for Mohalla Sabha and  Delhi Dialogue Commission organised  a town hall meeting for making policy recommendations to the Delhi Government on various aspects .

Full Statehood for Delhi:Chief minister on first meet with PM , requested for full statehood of Delhi .

Transparent Governance : To make system  transparent ,Delhi becomes first state to roll out E-ration cards and  “paperless registration” of all types of vehicles. Online trafficking system established for complaints of vehicle theft. Acquiring government certification for marriage, income, domicile, caste, nationality, birth and death will soon be replaced by a virtual experience on the e-district platform in Delhi. Portal to file public grievances online has been launched, MLA /MP can review complaint any time and status of the complaint can be tracked.


Electricity Bills reduced by 50 % ,CAG Audit of Power companies is going on.To promote renewable energy, DERC come up with roof top solar ‘NET METERING ‘ POLICY .

Delhi Metro will have its first green power sub-station that will have solar power panels, wetland sewage treatment plant, and other eco-friendly features.


Water As A Right in  poll promise ,Delhi Jal Board (DJB) is likely to install around 100 water-dispensing machines in Delhi ,Bawana Water Treatment Plant and Dwarka Water Treatment Plant commissioned.Govt.  announced 20,000 litres free water and Sewerage charges also waived off.

In order to cut down water loss in the distribution & service connections of the consumers, the water utility board has set up a Leak Detection Investigation Cell.

GPS IN Water Tankers  and online info about tankers, drivers and delivery schedule to crack down on water mafia.

To revive Yamuna ,Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is in the process of setting up a recycling plant along the Yamuna river belt, also plans to put up wire mesh along the bridges on the river.

Govt has made rainwater harvesting mandatory in all institutions, residential colonies, new buildings and in all plots with an area of more than 1000 sq m, that are being developed.This is also applicable to all the buildings in notified areas that have tubewells. In case of not complying with norm fine will be imposed on water bills.

Pollution & Waste Management:

Coordinating with Modi’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Kejriwal led AAP Government announces to build two lakh new toilets. Trial run for  waste-to-energy plant in Ghazipur will provide a big relief from the landfill sites since it does not have a composting plant like the one in Okhla. “It is a healthy, environment-friendly site with no emissions.”reviewing option to shut Okhla waste to energy plant .

Polluted water from najafgarh drain to be treated before releasing to Yamuna to reduce water pollution .The Delhi Jal Board is setting up five decentralised Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTP) to treat effluent for non-potable purposes and bridge the demand and supply gap,and MLA’s checking progress of drain desilting.

Delhi government will plant as many as 14 lakh saplings across the national capital during 2015-16 in its bid to improve the green cover in the city,


To improve education in govt schools  Delhi govt is keeping strict vigil on all govt schools ,education minister inspecting schools frequently and taking action in case of any corruption.To reduce admission with fake certificate of under privileged students ,online certificate verification system has been started

The honorarium for Anganwadi workers has already been increased from Rs.750 to Rs.4,000 to Rs.5,000 per month.

45 new govt school and upgradation of old govt schools.planning for separate education board, experimental curriculum, reward of foreign training and increments to motivate principles to make their schools a model for private schools.

Delhi government drafting a legislation to monitor and control fees of Private schools. To reduce admission with fake certificate of under privileged students ,online certificate verification system has been started .


Delhi government starts massive de-worming initiative covering 37 lakh children.

strict monitoring of EWS admissions in private hospitals. Patient welfare committees in hospitals.

The Delhi government banned sale & purchase of chewable tobacco from 30th March.

health camps for workers in different industrial area.New forensic lab in mandoli jail ,will start by october 2015.

Safety and security:

To ensure safety and security of delhite , Dark spots identified all over delhi and adequate lighting  has been provided.

Installation of CCTVs in schools started and some MLA’s also installing CCTV in their area from MLA FUND.Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has decided to install 100 CCTV cameras at 26 identified locations where debris is regularly dumped.

Homeguards training completed, very soon will be deploy on DTC buses for safety of passengers.women’s security center in each district,likely to be located in the district magistrate’s office.

The AAP government would provide 1,000 Wi-Fi hotspots by February 2016.The Delhi government is likely to roll out free Wi-Fi service on DTC buses in the next two to three months. The pilot project will be executed on select routes.

Delhi Government Verified more than 50,000 old-age pensioners to provide pension.

The Delhi government has earmarked Rs 10 crore from its own budget to pay enhanced compensation to the kin of victims of the 1984 Sikh riots.

The Delhi government  approved a Rs 36-crore (Rs 20,000 per acre ,Rs 50,000 per hectare)compensation fund for the farmers hit by unseasonal rains and hailstorm.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announces Rs 1 crore financial assistance to family of slain CRPF Jawan.

AAP government decided to appoint a special officer to supervise the implementation of Justice GR Majithia Wage Board recommendations concerning journalists and other employees of print news organizations

Delhi government said that it will not allow foreign direct investment (FDI) in the retail sector in Delhi.

Govt bring amendment to Delhi VAT ACT 2006, allowed to carry forward of REFUND of VAT, Stamp vendor license will now be online.

As mentioned in manifesto Delhi government stand by decision of not  allowing foreign direct investment (FDI) in the retail sector in Delhi.

New fruit and vegetable mandi will come up shortly at Tikri Khampur in north-west Delhi with all modern facilities for storage and trading in agricultural commodities.To check food inflation, AAP Govt plans forecast mechanism.

Delhi government has launched a crackdown on ration shops siphoning off supplies meant for registered consumers under the public distribution system. In a first, action is being taken on “SMS alerts” from consumers who failed to get their ration quota.

12,000 new jobs in govt schools for teachers.Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) to clear backlog of 20, 000 pending vacancies by year-end.


To improve public transport, Govt introducing 1,000 new buses and 500 midi buses . ,Registration of battery-operated rickshaws  started around 19000 new license issued.

Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) has recruited its first woman driver.


Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced time-bound regularisation of all unauthorised colonies in the Capital while assuring those living in the slum that they would shortly get permanent housing facility.The Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) has submitted a voluminous slum-free city action plan (SFCAP) to Delhi government for approval. Delhi government has shortlisted 6 colonies in Northwest, Southwest and East districts. In Northwest, Chandan Vihar and I-Block Prem Nagar-II have been shortlisted for fixing boundaries and regularization of 1600 Un-Authorized Colonies.Delhi Govt also opened the registry of booked properties.Use of remote sensing satellite technology to check and map unauthorised constructions and encroachments in the city.

SITU Rehabilitation, in harinagar & Sulatanpuri slums.

Delhi govt to give major role to wrestler Sushil Kumar to promote sports in Delhi, including special degree programs. Fifty parks owned and maintained by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) will open gymnasiums with state-of-the-art equipment.Govt opens school grounds, stadiums for public to promote sports

To improve road infrastructure,Public works Department (PWD) has been directed to repair potholes and rough patches on all roads under its control within three weeks in the month of march ,a 10-member team of engineers is formulated to conduct a quality control and technical audit of all ongoing construction works of the government in the Capital. The Delhi Government’s Public Works Department has launched a centralised complaint centre for registration of complaints against potholes and rough patches on the roads under its control.

The Delhi Government will amend the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, by making provision for stringent punishment for employers for non-payment of minimum wages to the workers.


AAP govt came into existence on plank of anti corruption and  won delhi on a commitment  to make delhi first corruption free state.To acheive this anti-corruption helpline 1031 has been launched again. So far 37 officials have been arrested and sent to jail based on complaints about bribe demands or their involvement in corrupt practices. To eradicate corruption, ministers,MLAs are working in transparent manner  and delhi govt is quarterly reporting RTI to be made by all government officials.Delhi govt made it mandatory for each MLA to conduct mohalla sabha in their respective constituency and ended VIP culture.

Its tough to judge any govt on 100 days work but we can  say that AAP Govt is moving in right direction. But suggestion of public trial of media or fight with LG are few issues where govt has to introspect , AAP govt can fight in better way.

AAP Govt has delivered on 14 poll promises ,working on 48 promises and NO U-TURN on any poll promise in 100 days. We wish good luck to AAP govt to deliver on all poll promises and make delhi first corruption free state .

Day 76 : 2-May-15

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 2-May-15:

  1. Anti Corruption Branch (ACB) of Aam Aadmi Party government has arrested a Delhi Police head constable for allegedly accepting a bribe in Sonia Vihar area of northeast Delhi. (Source1) (Source2) (Source3)
  2. Aam Aadmi Party led Delhi government has directed the DTC to add 500 midi buses to its fleet immediately. (Source1) (Source2)
  3. The Delhi Jal Board (DJB) is now looking at a slew of revenue-generating measures like putting out advertisements on water tankers to selling by-products from sewage treatment plants (Source1) (Source2)
  4. Delhi Education minister Manish Sisodia and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal meet Principals of Delhi government schools and education department officials. (Source)
  5. Delhi’s education system will see in the coming days, like a separate education board, experimental curriculum, reward of foreign training and increments to motivate principals to make their schools a model for private schools. (Source1) (Source2) (Source3)
  6. Delhi Government will soon allow residents to install their own water meters. (Source)
  7. The Delhi government is likely to roll out free Wi-Fi service on DTC buses in the next two to three months. The pilot project will be executed on select routes. (Source)

Related News:

  1. Senior AAP leader Ilyas Azmi on Saturday said that Tomar should resign from his post and so should Union Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani. (Source)
  2. Police-govt faceoff : After Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) on Saturday arrested a Head Constable of the Delhi Police on charges of extorting money from a scrap dealer, Delhi police files kidnapping case. (Source)

Day 61 : 17-Apr-15

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 17-Apr-15:

  1. Home Minister Satyendra Jain said the government is making provisions in unauthorised colonies to clear encroachments to provide easy access to fire tenders, Commemorating Fire Safety week. (Source)
  2. In a historical first, the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) has recruited its first woman driver. (Source1) (Source2) (Source3)
  3. Delhi’s AAP government on Friday decided to appoint a special officer to supervise the implementation of Justice GR Majithia Wage Board recommendations concerning journalists and other employees of print news organizations. (Source)
  4. Delhiites will have a say in the development of their neighbourhoods. To fulfil its manifesto promise of Swaraj (self-rule), the AAP government is making citizens participants in governance. (Source)
  5. On the launch of the Fire Safety Week on Friday, the Delhi government announced that a fire training institute will be set up in Budhanpur Majra Village. (Source)
  6. Delhi transport minister Gopal Rai says that Government is looking to introduce 1,000 buses. hese will primarily ply in the outer Delhi areas as these routes are badly affected. (Source)

Related News:

  1. BSES tries to impress power minister Satyendra Jain, lands in soup. He demands an explanation on the cost incurred for setting up the temporary building. (Source)
  2. 10 days after he complained that AAP volunteers had misbehaved with him, Ashish Joshi gets marching orders. (Source1) (Source2)
  3. The Delhi High Court on Friday sought response of the city government on a plea of manufacturers against ban on sale of chewable tobacco in the national capital from March 30. (Source1) (Source2)
  4. The Delhi High Court on Thursday directed the Delhi Development Authority (DDA), the government and the Railways board to look into expediting the release of land for constructing landfills. (Source)
  5. The Delhi Police on Thursday started the trial run of an app and a website for lodging online FIRs in motor vehicle theft cases. (Source)
  6. The Yamuna is almost dead, the Central Pollution Control Board’s (CPCB) report says. (Source)
  7. The transport department of Delhi has issued a list of 402 ‘halt-and-go’ stands for three-wheeler scooter rickshaws (TSRs). (Source)

Day 25 : 12-Mar-15

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 12-Mar-15:

  1. Delhi government set to make all roads dust-free to decrease pollution level, by de-congesting roads and planting more trees. (Source1) (Source2)
  2. Delhi government will provide 1300 acre industrial land for startups and small industries in the capital (Source)
  3. Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain on Thursday announced the government’s decision to expand Ambedkar Nagar Hospital, from a 262-bed to a 600-bed hospital. (Source)
  4. To implement its pre-poll promise of providing free wi-fi connectivity across the city, the Aam Aadmi Party Delhi government has decided to hold a three-day consultation with various stakeholders from March 24. (Source1) (Source2)
  5. The Aam Aadmi Party Government has planned to build an Innovative Vocational University in Delhi in order to make all youths employable in the city. (Source)

Related News:

  1. Delhi deputy CM Manish Sisodia speaks to Ambika Pandit & Neha Lalchandani og TOI on government’s roadmap. (Source)
  2. In order to accommodate MLAs in different committees of the government, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has appointed 11 MLAs as chairpersons to the District Development Committees (DDC). (Source)
  3. Times of India lists out some priorities for AAP’s Delhi government for the city, that can’t wait any longer. (Source)