A recent survey of the Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) completion of two years in office has indicated that under Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi has witnessed some positive upliftment in key sectors.
The survey, which was done by LocalCircles where around 20,000 people participated, revealed that Delhi citizens believed that corruption had reduced and that more attention was being paid to government schools. Kejriwal’s promise of a reduced electricity and Mohalla Clinics also seemed to have clicked with the audience.
“Of the total respondents, 61% said they did not need to pay a bribe to get their work done. Only 19% said that they had paid a bribe, with 20% citizens choosing not to answer the question,” Chief Strategy Officer of LocalCircles said.
Kejriwal also introduced the Odd-Even scheme to reduce the menace of air pollution in the National Capital.
The Aam Aadmi Party, who now eyes seat in Punjab, has promised that it will bring down the drug menace in the state and connect more youths with employment.