AAP's Manifesto promises 'patriotism' curriculum, focus on Education

AAP's Manifesto promises 'patriotism' curriculum, focus on Education

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Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Admi Party (AAP) has released its poll manifesto, just four days ahead of Delhi Assembly Election on Tuesday.

Kejriwal , Gopal Rai, Manish Sisodia ,Sanjay Singh, Jasmine Shah and Dr Ajoy Kumar are at the press briefing for the manifesto release. "AAP's vision is to enable every common man to live with dignity and prosperity," says Sisodia,adding that the manifesto has a 'preamble' that captures the vision.

Enumerating the focus of AAP in this manifesto, Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia says that education is once again the top priority for the party. Cleanliness of the city and Yamuna river, women safety, electricity are among other promises of the AAP. manish Sisodia also says that Spoken English training, soft skill development will be provided to the youth.

The Delhi Jan Lokpal Bill which was passed in Delhi Vidhan Sabha in 2015, has been pending with the Central Government for the last 4 years. The AAP Government will continue its struggle to get the Bill passed, Sisodia said.

The Aam Aadmi Party is the last of the top three parties to launch its election manifesto. It had earlier released a guarantee card with a list of promises the AAP intends to fulfill if Arvind Kejriwal is re-elected.