Make your own budget: Kejriwal to Delhi
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"We are going to start it on a pilot basis. The people of Delhi will form the budget. To start with, we begin with going to five to ten constituencies, where people will be brought together and form a budget according to their needs," Kejriwal said in the Delhi assembly today.
His government is also all-set to begin work on their promised 70-point agenda, which includes providing free Wi-Fi, free water to every household
Kejriwal also took the opportunity of his first speech at the assembly today
Kejriwal, who took over as the Chief Minister of Delhi on February 14, also reached out to all 70 lawmakers in the state, which includes three BJP MLAs, urging them to provide him with productive feedback on the water situation in their respective constituencies. He promised to work on the feedback.
All the 67 MLAs of the
Kejriwal decided not to hold any portfolios, to better connect with the people on the ground. He too, plans to set up a similar office in his New Delhi constituency to meet people on a daily basis. Four of his MLAs will brief Kejriwal everyday on the feedback collected from all the 70 constituencies of Delhi.
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