New Delhi: AAP govt will improve water, power, education, health sectors, says Manish Sisodia

"We take guarantee of improving four things--cheap and 24-hour electricity supply, clean and piped water to every household, health and education. We are working on these," the Deputy CM said.

By: PTI | New Delhi | Published:September 20, 2016 9:14 pm
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Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Tuesday said the AAP government takes guarantee of bringing in improvement in the water, power, education and health sectors in the national capital. He also said that the people, who had voted AAP to power, were “happy” with the work of Delhi government.

Sisodia, who on Tuesday laid foundation stone of 318 MLD waste water treatment plant (WWTP) near Makundpur chowk in outer Delhi, said lakhs of people were taking benefits of governance in the national capital.

“We take guarantee of improving four things–cheap and 24-hour electricity supply, clean and piped water to every household, health and education. We are working on these,” the Deputy CM said while addressing a gathering in New Delhi.

Referring to Ramayan, he said they (AAP) were like monkey brigade (vanar sena) and will burn ‘sone ki lanka’ (Lanka made of gold) of those who have earned money through “wrongdoings”.

“They (corrupt people) are afraid of us as they know that we will burn their sone ki lanka. People who had given us votes (in the Assembly elections) are very happy with our work,” Sisodia added.

He said that people have been benefited due to free water and cheap electricity schemes and in the last six months, about 8 lakh people availed off the facility of the mohalla clinics, established by the government.

Referring to reports about his recent Finland visit, the Deputy CM wondered why they (newspapers) did not report that due to the government’s pressure, several private schools have withdrawn their increased fee.