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BJP releases Blueprint for Delhi to Make World Class City

New Delhi, Feb 03: BJP's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi promised the Delhities to make Delhi a smart city providing good governance for the development in all the aspects.

While releasing party's vision document for Delhi assembly polls, Kiran Bedi promised police accountability and stressed on e-governance. She said that the women's security, governance, electricity and housing will be the top priority for the government if the party comes to power.

She promised to solve the power crisis in the city. She went on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's way by talking about to organise Radio talk show "Dil ki Baat" every month through which the Chief Minister and the Cabinet Ministers will address the Delhities and talk about the policies and schemes and their executions in the state.

She said that the government will constantly make its presence felt. The online and mobile technology will be used to the fullest. There will be big push for the digital India initiative. The 37-point document said that the party will work on the resettlement of the unauthorised colonies as the infrastructure will be on their agenda.

"We will push transparency and good governance and there will be zero tolerance towards corruption", Bedi said while briefing the media today.



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