New Delhi: Delhi's ruling AAP party on Sunday listed its achievements in 100 days of power, highlighting the continuous supply of power in the capital despite acute summer.
In tweets, the Aam Aadmi Party also outlined steps taken to fight pollution in Delhi, providing relief to traders, opening a water treatment plant at Dwarka and its move to issue stamp vendor licenses online.
It said in a bid to control price rise, the Delhi government, which will complete 100 days on Monday, plans to procure 10,000 tonnes of potatoes and onions through the official agency NAFED.
The AAP said it had ensured continuous supply of electricity in Delhi during summer by warning power discoms that they would face heavy fines if they did not guarantee this.
It said Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's government was working to tackle pollution in Delhi.
Since taking oath on February 14, Kejriwal had held high-level meetings with all stakeholders in the National Capital Region to address the issue.
"The AAP government is serious about bringing down the pollution level in the capital."
It said the Delhi government had provided relief to traders by allowing carry forward of refund of VAT and extending the date of filing R9 Form -- a long-standing demand of the city's trading community.
AAP said it made frequent checks of government-run hospitals, transport buses and bus stations in a bid to ensure that users got the services they deserved.