New Delhi: AAP today organised a 'Vikas Yatra' in all 70 Assembly constituencies of Delhi to highlight the "good work" done by the Kejriwal government, as part of events to mark its three years in power.
Delhi cabinet ministers, including Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, and MLAs interacted with the people in their respective constituencies and apprised them of the works done by the Aam Aadmi Party dispensation in the last three years.
The move comes at a time when the party is facing possible bypolls following the disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs in alleged office-of-profit case.
While interacting with people in his New Delhi constituency, Kejriwal said that he would meet people from Monday to Friday at 10 AM at his residence without appointment.
"The government is going to start 'doorstep delivery of services' through which people will be able to get various services like birth certificate, income certificate at their doorstep.
"Similarly, we will also provide ration at the doorstep of ration card holders," Kejriwal said.
The chief minister said that the AAP government is facing a lot of problems, but despite this, it has done a good job.
Without naming anyone, he said, "Have faith in us. So far, we have done half of work we could have done in the last three years because they are creating hurdles in our every file, but God is with us as we are moving on the path of truth."
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, however, could not participate in the 'Vikas Yatra' as he is currently outside the country. The AAP government completes three years in power on February 14.
Development Minister Gopal Rai also organised a 'Vikas Yatra' and apprised people in Babarpur constituency about works which have been done by the AAP government in the last three years.
Other Cabinet ministers in the Aam Aadmi Party government, including Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot and Social Welfare Minister Rajender Pal Gautam, also interacted with people during the rally.
Last week, Rai had said that the AAP government has not only provided round-the-clock electricity but has also dramatically reduced electricity charges, wherein the rate for low consumption of below 400 units were slashed by half.
By providing free water for those whose consumption is less than 20,000 litres, the government has not only made water free for the poor, but also reduced water consumption, he had said.
"The work done on education and health is being lauded universally," Rai said. (PTI)