Delhi Congress launches Vision Document for MCD elections – The Statesman


The vision document was being launched on an historic day, on late Indira Gandhi’s birthday, he said.
Debanjana Banerjee |
Delhi Congress launches Vision Document for MCD elections
Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) president Chaudhary Anil Kumar on Saturday launched the “Vision Document” of Delhi Congress for the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) elections. The vision document consists of six salient points – Pollution-free Delhi, Corruption-free Delhi, Middlemen-free Delhi, Garbage-free Delhi, Pandemic-free Delhi, and Debt-free Delhi – to realize the ‘Meri Chamakti Dilli’ dream.
The vision document was being launched on an historic day, on late Indira Gandhi’s birthday, he said. The event marked the presence of former DPCC president and Chairman of the Campaign Committee Subhash Chopra, Chairman of the Manifesto Committee and former Delhi Minister Haroon Yusuf, and Chairman of the DPCC Communications Department Anil Bhardwaj, at the DPCC office, Rajiv Bhawan.
He said that the Congress vision for the MCD would be to make “Delhi Shinining” in every respect. Not only in making Delhi free of pollution, corruption, and infrastructure, but also to create communal amity, restore democratic traditions, and exorcise the evils fostered by BJP and AAP, through people-oriented good governance.
DPCC president said that the Sheila Dikshit-headed Congress Government had set a bench-mark for development in Delhi, but the AAP destroyed the national capital through corruption and misrule in the past eight years, as Delhi bleeds, with air and water pollution, corruption, lawlessness.
Commenting over the recent viral videos of Delhi Minister Satyendra Jain, Anil Kumar said that it was shocking that Minister Satyendra Jain is enjoying all the comforts in the jail, which is the height of corruption and misuse of power and official machinery. This incident gives a clear indication of the corrupt ways of the Kejriwal Government, whose 80 percent of Cabinet is facing one case or another.
Subhash Chopra said that people were now looking up to the Congress to lead Delhi, and provide good governance, as they are fed up with the non-performance and corruption of the BJP and AAP Governments.



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