After gaining landslide victory against the BJP in Delhi Elections 2020, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has called up for a meeting of top officers to discuss the implementation of 10 poll promises also known as The ‘Kejriwal ka Guarantee Card’ which was revealed by the Chief Minister at the Aam Aadmi Party office at Delhi. The 10 “guarantees” include 24-hour uninterrupted power supply, garbage-free Delhi, basic facilities for unauthorised colonies and also an inundated promise to reduce air pollution in Delhi by three times.
Keeping the guarantee card on top priority, Arvind Kejriwal will be holding his first meeting with top officers from various departments of Delhi government after taking oath of office, to ensure a smooth and efficient functioning of the government under his tenure.
After taking charge of their offices, the cabinet ministers in Delhi said they would work to accomplish all the promises mentioned in Kejriwal’s guarantee card and make Delhi a world-class city including efforts to ensure reduction in pollution and expansion of the Metro network line.
The Arvind Kejriwal’s Guarantee card is as follows:
First Guarantee: Promising Delhi with 24 hour of uninterrupted power supply with 200 units of free electricity.
Second Guarantee: A promise to supply 24 hour of pure piped drinking water to every household in his 5 year term and said the scheme to provide 20,000 liters of free water will continue.
Third Guarantee: To offer world-class education facility to every child in Delhi.
Fourth Guarantee: To provide better health-care facilities.
Fifth Guarantee: To provide “biggest and cheapest” transport facility in Delhi.
Sixth Guarantee: Promise control air pollution and to embark a mission to clean Yamuna.
Seventh Guarantee: A garbage-free national capital of India.
Eighth Guarantee: To make Delhi city safe for women and depolyment of ‘Mohalla Marshals’
Ninth Guarantee: Construction of proper roads, water supply, sewer, CCTV and mohalla clinics for the unauthorized colonies.
Tenth Guarantee: Under the ‘Jahan Jhuggi Wahin Makan’ scheme to provide ‘pucca’ houses to people living in slums.
Kejriwal gave these 10 guarantees to the city, calling his guaranntee card to be even superior to the manifesto.
Kejriwal then moved on and signed the card after announcing the guarantees, and claimed to fulfil all these promises in the next five years.