AAP Govt failed to fulfil poll promises: Vijender Gupta
Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Vijender Gupta on Tuesday said that the Aam Aadmi Party which came into power on several promises have failed in fulfilling its promises.
Gupta said that the government claims to have achieved 90 per cent of its promises but in reality it has not achieved even 10 per cent of it.
“The common man is disappointed and disillusioned at the failure of the party in converting their promises that was made in the party manifesto and budget speeches, into reality,” he said.He also mentioned that some of the promises made including public participation in governance, 500 government schools, and 20 new degree colleges etc but not even a single promises were kept,” he added.
The government has not introduced any new bus and even the total number of existing fleets has been reduced, Gupta said.
He further said that women safety has not been ensured. No cameras or marshals in have been placed in DTC buses. Further, out of promised 1000 Aam Adami Clinic, only 130 Clinic opened that too at the cost of government dispensaries, he said.
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