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There is a famous quote which states ‘With great power comes great responsibility’. The Spiderman dialogue seems to fit perfectly for Arvind Kejriwal and for Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). December 28 will witness the rise of new chief minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal. This day is selected as his day for the oath taking ceremony in Ramlila Maidan. Arrival of new party brings new hopes and formation of new expectations as well.
After the stunning victory of Arvind Kejriwal and his party AAP in the assembly polls Election this year, expectations of the ‘aam aadmi’ or common man have increased. “Problems are many and I don’t have a magic wand to make it correct immediately,” said by the chief minister designate Arvind Kejriwal when he was asked for the solution for the problems faced by Delhi. But he is very hopeful and determined with his team and even stated that with the help of honest people with him he can make things correct within a less span of time. The promise of availability of water and electricity seems to see light as soon as the oath taking ceremony gets over. The AAP and its members have promised Delhiites that delivery of free water and cut of power traffic will be the initial work that will be done by them within 24 hours of their assumption of office.
In his speech Arvind Kejriwal stated that he will fulfill his promises mentioned in his manifesto. The two most important ones are supply of water and electricity. He promised to provide 700 liters of water free for those households who have a water connection already installed. This will help in making the water scarcity over the city to get lesser within few days. The other made by the new into power Delhi government is that the electricity charges will come down. The lesser the power tariff, the more the use of electricity and even reach to those people who were out of such a great facility. The availability of electricity to each home will be made possible which will light up the city. These factors are some of the issues that the people of Delhi have been facing for a long time. Inadequate supply of water is one of the prime issues the common citizens are facing day to day.
With the emergence of new government, the New Year will gear up for new changes and amendments to be made over the city. The new government does not have any Political Network over the nation neither does it have any earlier experience with politics, but they are rigid in accomplishing the change throughout the city by diminishing some of the old obstacles that were being faced. The new would be that the chief minister is all set with his promises and list of problems that he will look into.
All eyes are on AAP and Arvind Kejriwal as how he will look into the political issues as well as the other socio-economic issues of the city.
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