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How has the Delhi government been doing in the field of education, as promised in their manifesto?

Education Reforms by Delhi GovernmentGeneral perception of the word “Development” is associated with building good roads, transportation network, industries, buildings, and accessibility of uninterrupted power and water supplies. But such “Development” is incomplete until unless there is a tangible improvement in the Education and Healthcare sector. In fact, those countries which fare best in the rankings of Human Development Index (HDI), perform exceedingly well on the parameters of Education and Healthcare (e.g. Nordic countries like Norway, Finland, etc.).Unfortunately, at present, the public healthcare and education system across India is in a dismal state, as successive governments since independence at the center as well as the states have failed to provide enough attention to improve these two areas.As one can see, barring a few (such as Kendriya Vidyalayas and some govt schools), condition of majority of the government schools across India has been pathetic. And government run schools in Delhi are no exception.Some of the prime reasons for deteriorating quality of education system and government run schools in Delhi are supposed to be as follows:-a. Lackadaisical attitude of successive governments (including the widely claimed “progressive” Sheila Dixit’s govt) towards education sector. Given the existing state and needs of the education sector, budgetary allocation towards education had been dismal.b. Rampant corruption in education department, from bureaucrats to teaching staff, everyone has been found neck deep in corruption.c. Lastly, since majority of the private schools and their trusts are either backed/promoted by the nexus of bureaucrats/MLA/MP’s/and who’s who of Delhi, condition of government schools has been purposefully ignored. This has forced many families coming from aspirational lower-middle/middle class background to send their kids to private schools to access better education facilities.Since I did my entire schooling in Delhi and was raised in a middle class surrounding, I can relate to the stress and pain, which lower-middle/middle class families have to go through to make their kids access better education facilities being provided by a private school. Families, running on shoe-string budgets have to go through many sacrifices, so that they can afford expensive and exorbitant increases in annual school fees for their kids. Had the government schools been in better shape in terms of infrastructure and pedagogical standards, no parent, especially those coming from lower-middle/middle class backgrounds, would have ever sent their kids to the private schools. Even though I haven’t studied in a Delhi government school as such, but have seen the condition of government schools first hand, and the only memories I have is broken tables, dusty corridors, leaking walls, and toilets reeking with foul smell.Finally, now there is a government in Delhi, which is at least concerned and has been proactive enough to take necessary steps to plug the quality deficit between government run schools and private schools in Delhi. In fact, this is the first time in independent India, that a state government has allocated about 25% of its annual budget towards education (or about Rs. 4,600 crores in FY16-17), which is nearly 2.5 times of what previous Sheila Dixit government has spent on education sector in Delhi (Rs. 1,900 crores in FY12-13). No other state government in India has ever allocated so much of its annual budget towards the education sector.In order to rejuvenate the education system, reforms were focused on the three main ingredients forming the basis of the education sector, which includes:a) Studentsb) Teachersc) InfrastructureSome of the commendable measures under each of the above points has been discussed below. However, since our fatal attraction of the word “Development” starts with some tangible improvements, I would start from the reverse:-a) Infrastructure:o New Schools and addition of new classrooms – As claimed by the government, some 8,000 classrooms will be added in terms of some greenfield and brownfield development of schools in Delhi. Since, one of the major pre-poll promises was to develop 500 new schools in Delhi, government is putting efforts on a war footing to achieve those ambitious targets. Capacity addition of 8,000 new schools translates to an addition of 200 new schools (i.e. 40 class rooms per school). This is expected to considerably reduce the number of students from the existing numbers of 120 to 50-60 students per classroom. However, this is still higher than prescribed norms (based on RTE act) and international standards of 30 students per classroom. Lesser students in a classroom will lead to improvement in teaching efficiencies, as teachers will have lesser students to handle in each classroom. Existing infrastructure improvements – Infrastructure improvements in existing schools could be classified into two segments – i) overall maintenance of building and premises and ii) maintenance of classroom assets (such as tables, chairs, blackboards,etc.).On the first point, i) Government has created and appointed Estate managers to monitor the maintenance of the building premises. Previously, the principals of government schools along with the teaching staff used to shoulder the burden of maintenance of school premises. However, now the responsibility to maintain school premises is shifted to these Estate Managers. Additionally, there have been sudden inspections by Dy CM Manish Sisodia himself, to assess whether the proper upkeep of schools is being done or not. Over the last year, it has been overheard that one could see a remarkable improvement in the maintenance of government schools with regards to the cleanliness of classrooms, toilets, paints, water facilities, etc. However, this cannot be truly ascertained unless inspected by the people on ground.Now coming to the second point, ii) Frankly, I haven’t heard enough material or news from those working on ground regarding the refurbishment of old furniture (including tables, chairs, blackboards) with the new ones. However, if not yet done, I wish government should also consider this point to create an ambient atmosphere in schools.o Monitoring of classrooms through CCTV’s – This is one novel idea, being implemented in government schools to monitor two important issues, which includes – i) Whether teachers are regularly giving lectures or not, as govt school teachers have a notorious track record to be absent from their regular teaching schedules. And ii) to keep a track on the behavior of teachers in the classroom. Teacherso Teacher Training – In one of the first of its kind initiative taken up by any state government so far, Delhi government has decided to send Principals and Teaching staff for training sessions in prestigious universities across the world including Harvard, Cambridge, Oxford, IIM’s, National University of Singapore and others. This initiative is already in progress and has been taken up to encourage the teachers to improve the pedagogical approach in government schools. Currriculum improvement sessions - Delhi government has been conducting several workshops for its teaching staff during this summer to improve the way syllabus is taught in schools. Right from adopting more creative methods of teaching to developing classroom materials on their own, these workshops have been an effort to break away from the monotonous way in which things are taught at government schools. School Management Committees (SMC)– SMC’s were initially thought about by the Sheila Dixit government, but then the government did not show any enthusiasm to get it implemented. But as soon as AAP came into power, government prioritized the formation of these SMC’s for the government schools in Delhi. These SMC’s involve both parents and teaching staff, including school principals, to keep a tab on day to day operations of the school. Especially, those parents who are part of the SMC’s, can go to schools, and keep an eye on the issues such as Mid-day meal or attendance of teachers. This has in fact reduced the burden on the bureaucracy to regularly visit these government schools and monitor how these schools are being operated. Guest Teachers - This is widely debated topic by the main stream media, as it involves one of the poll promises made by every party to regularize these contract teachers into permanent positions. Previous governments haven’t been serious on this issue, but, AAP govt, as promised, has shown its intent to act upon it, by passing a bill to create additional 10,000 posts for teachers. In addition, they have also decided to conduct an online entrance test for these guest teachers before regularizing them into permanent roles. Unfortunately, the bill related to creating new vacancies has been stuck at LG’s desk, due to political slug-fest between center-state. Removal/Suspension for non-performance – Probably, one would have heard for the first time that a Dy CM (and Education Minister) of a state, making rounds and surprise visits to schools, as early as 8 am in the morning, to see whether the schools are being administered properly or not. There have been several instances in the last one and half year, where principals and teaching staff have been removed or suspended on the spot. For instance, once Dy CM Manish Sisodia visited a school at 8:00 am in the morning, straight went to principal’s room, and opened the attendance register to find that principal in collusion with teachers have forged attendance records to show that they were present that day.c) Studentso Fees roll back – As everyone would know and agree to the fact that private schools resort to exorbitant increase in annual school fee, which has been a point of concern for many parents in Delhi, especially those coming from middle class backgrounds. Several complaints have been filed by parents associations in the past, and several cases have been fought by senior advocates like Khagesh Jha, but despite the directives from the High Court , neither the private schools reduced their fees nor the government’s paid any attention to take these private schools to task.However, this year, Delhi government has been serious and has ordered all the private school built on land provided by the government to roll back the fee hike for this year. And unless, the audit for the financial statements of these schools is completed, fee hike will not be permitted. Government has decided to hire auditors empaneled by CAG to scrutinize the financial books and ascertain whether the fee charged by the schools is being completely utilized for the purposes of school operations or is being diverted towards multiplying the personal wealth of the trustees (who are usually MLA’s/MP’s/bureaucrats). This move was widely appreciated by parents across Delhi and many prominent schools in Delhi have rolled back the fee hike for this year. Summer Camps - Schools are not only meant to teach what is there in the syllabus, but they are also responsible to develop the creative abilities of the students. Unlike the private schools, government schools have rarely emphasized enough on the creativity front. However, AAP govt roped in few NGO organizations this summer to conduct one of its kind summer camp for kids attending govt schools in Delhi. And the results have been encouraging, as it was noted that kids were much enthused to attend school during their summer vacation to actively participate in such activities.As once said by Plato – “Do not train children to learning by force and harshness, but direct them to it by what amuses their minds, so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each” Management/EWS quota - In January this year, govt had proposed to scrap all kinds of quotas (including management quotas) in schools, especially related to the nursery admissions in private schools across Delhi. Management quotas in private schools are generally exploited by the school administration to extort money from desperate parents who want to enroll their kids. However, High court has rejected this proposal by government and has agreed to continue the management quotas. quota, is another area, which has been exploited by schools during the admission process. According to the rules, each school should set aside 25% of the seats for students coming from economically weaker sections. Kids coming from EWS quota are backed by the government in terms of school fees, uniforms and text books. However, this quota has been exploited as well, where there have been several cases of admission under EWS quota through illegal means by resorting to forgery and fraud. Nevertheless, this time government has directed the schools to make admission process under EWS quota more transparent and put up the admission list online. Student loans - One of the pre-poll promises made by AAP, was to provide student loan upto 10 lacs for those kids who lack finances and wish to pursue higher studies after completing their Class 12th from Delhi . These loans will be backed by the government and can be repaid over a period of 15 years. Recently, online portal has been launched, which will ease out the efforts to apply for a student loan. Chunauti 2018 - One of the most regressive and controversial feature of the new RTE act was “No Detention Policy” between Class 6 to 8, which has led to the drop in the quality of students entering class 9. This has also resulted in the increase in failure rates for students in Class 9, and which could lead to increase in school dropout rates as well. In order to overcome this challenge, government has proposed this initiative “Chunauti 2018” - to provide training and mentorship programs for student to successfully appear for Class 10 exams. are some of the major initiatives and education reforms taken up by the government so far to improve the deteriorating education system within the national capital. Indeed, some of the efforts are really noteworthy and commendable, to say the least. Wish the government takes further steps, and also effectively monitors the slew of programs launched by them over the last 1.5 years, so that this model of education reforms is copied across by various state governments across India.Also, to end, I would like to state what Dy CM Manish Sisodia had once quoted – “ Long-term solutions for corruption, crimes against women, regionalism, casteism and racism all lie within our education system, and this is what we need to work on” .

What do Delhiites (and also rest of India) think about Arvind Kejriwal now?

It is going to be 2 years for Arvind Kejriwal Government in Delhi on Feb 14, 2017. We have heard a lot of stories, read a lot of articles of success and failure analysis of his poll promises. The normal tussle between centre (Including the Lt. Governor of Delhi) and state was also hugely in speculation. But the question that truly arises is not what Delhites think of Mr Kejriwal after two years of his government, but was he the right choice for us to vote for, is he trying to or have accomplished what he has promised us within the powers of his JURISDICTION being the CM of a UT.So let’s dive into an analysis of what all he tried to accomplish in the 2 years of his office. And Let’s discuss sector wise and decide ourselves if he has done for what we elected him to be the CM:1. Health Care Sector:a. Expand Healthcare Infrastructure -Promise: We will create 900 new Primary Health Centers (PHCs) and 30,000 more beds in Delhi hospitals, out of which 4,000 will be in maternity wards. We will ensure that Delhi conforms to the international norm of five beds for every 1000 people.b. Quality Drugs For All At Affordable Price -Promise: Pharmaceutical drug and equipment procurement will be centralized to ensure zero corruption. Generic, affordable and high quality drugs will be made available to the public.So the result for the first promise under healthcare sector is slowly being fulfilled. Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has lauded the Delhi government for providing free primary health care through Mohalla Clinics -- an initiative that is "consistent with the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) goal" of the World Health Organization.In a letter to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Mr Annan has termed the scheme "successful and impressive" and said, " have scaled up the provision of universal free health services, most notably in providing free primary healthcare services through your new Mohalla Clinics"."We understand that this initiative is proving very successful and we commend you on this impressive achievement," said Mr Annan."We are aware that your administration has implemented a series of health reforms consistent with the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) goal," he said, referring to the WHO initiative that all people receive the health services they need without suffering financial hardship when paying for them.The Delhi government plans to build some 1,000 Mohalla Clinics across the city. At least 107 such clinics have already come up, in both middle class and urban poor neighbourhoods, where people enjoy the facilities of doctors, tests and medicines -- all for free.Now for the second promise to provide quality drugs for all at affordable price. He has promised to provide drugs to patients free of cost at pharmacies. “We will ensure 100 per cent availability of medicines and consumables as mentioned in the Essential Drug List (EDL) at the city hospitals. 2016 will be the year of health and education for Delhiites,” said Mr. Kejriwal. And you can see the result as Pharmacy stores near Delhi government hospitals have seen a 50% dip in their sales since February as almost all medicines prescribed by the doctors are present in the hospital dispensary, according to store owners.This is essential drug list that is available for free: Education Sector:a. Higher Education Guarantee Scheme - Promise: Students who wish to pursue any diploma or degree course after finishing Class 12 from any school in Delhi will be given bank loans with the government standing as a guarantor. Students will not be required to furnish any collateral and the scheme will be universal in nature regardless of a student's financial background. The loan will cover both tuition fees and living expenses. The loan repayment schedule will carry a moratorium period covering the years required to finish the course and one year thereafter to find a job. Under this scheme no loan request will be rejected.Status – Complete: The Delhi government has launched the Higher Education and Skill Guarantee Scheme. Under the scheme, loans up to Rs. 10 lakh are to be provided without any collateral. The loan would cover tuition and other fee, books, equipment’s, hostel/boarding and lodging, insurance premium etc. Students pursuing any skill development course or diploma or degree course after finishing qualifying examination from any School/Educational Institution in Delhi are eligible under this scheme. The scheme will also be applicable for ITIs and polytechnic colleges.b. Transparency in School Admissions - Promise: AAP will bring in complete transparency in Nursery and KG admissions. To streamline the admission process, we will use a centralized online system for nursery admissions, removing avenues for corruption.Status – Complete - To bring more transparency into nursery admissions, the Delhi government has asked all private schools to upload their admission criteria and details about selected students online.c. Five Hundred New Government Schools - Promise: AAP will build 500 new schools with a special focus on secondary and senior secondary schools to ensure that every Delhi child has easy access to quality education.Status – In Progress- A total of 345 new schools began functioning in the national capital in 2015, more are under progress. “Around 44.13 lakh children were enrolled at different levels during 2014-15 in these schools as compared to 43.86lakhs during 2013-14. Out of 44.13 lakhs, enrolled students up to senior secondary school level, 23.52 lakhs were boys and 20.61 lakhs were girl students,” Report published by Delhi Government.d. Ramp Up Government Schools to Provide Quality Education - Promise: AAP is committed to improving the standard of government schools so that all citizens of Delhi have access to high quality of education. Every school will have sufficient functional toilets built, especially for girls. A sufficient budget will be given at the discretion of the principal for lights, fans, blackboards and other essential infrastructure. Teaching and learning infrastructure including computers and high-speed Internet connectivity will be made fully functional in every school. Number of DTC buses will be increased in order to service private schools so that it cuts down on the wait times at regular DTC bus stops. Seventeen thousand new teachers will be hired to maintain full staff strength at government schoolsStatus - Ramping up government schools has been a major focus of the government. The government has identified 54 pilot schools that were to be developed as model schools. The ultimate plan is to develop all government schools on the lines of these model schools. Trainings for principals and teachers were organized. In all 1011 government schools, a 1.5-month long learning enhancement programme was conducted for students of Grade 9. With the goal to achieve the desired 1:40 teacher-student ratio - as per the Right to Education Act - in the capital, 9000 additional teaching posts have been created. Teachers will now be recruited online by the Educational Consultant India Limited (EdCIL) on behalf of the Directorate of Education. An exam will take place to ensure quality and experience will fetch extra points. The budget for the additional posts has been fixed at Rs. 540 crores.3. Environment –a. Reducing Pollution – Well in this case I will say a lot depends on each and every citizen as much as it depends on the government.However, these were the Promise: Delhi Ridge, the lung of the city, will be protected from encroachment and deforestation. Environmentally appropriate afforestation would be carried out in all parts of Delhi in collaboration with the local Mohalla Sabhas. We will acquire mechanized vacuum cleaning vehicles to clean the city. Public transport will be improved to reduce the number of cars on the road. Additionally, incentives will be provided for low emission fuels like CNG and electricity. Government will encourage car-pooling and will crackdown on fuel adulteration to reduce pollution.Status – In progress - Major initiatives were taken to curb pollution. Odd-even scheme was one of the most talked about campaigns in the first year. Car-free days were also conducted to spread awareness among people of Delhi. Further, the Delhi government has imposed a penalty of Rs 50,000 on 38 major projects across the city for causing dust pollution. More will be done.b. Fine On Disposal of Construction Debris- Promise: Littering or disposal of construction debris in public places will attract a heavy fine.Status – Fulfilled - For controlling dust - major contributor of particulate matter in Delhi - 1,367 challans were issued for disposal of construction debris.c. Plastic Bags Ban - Plastic bags have not been banned in Delhi. So this is one area they can focus on this year.4. Sanitation:a. Build 2,00,000 Public Toilets - Promise: AAP will build two lakh toilets across Delhi: about 1.5 lakh toilets in slums and JJ clusters and 50,000 toilets in public spaces, of which 1 lakh toilets will be for women. These toilets will be concentrated in public spaces and slum areas. We will construct eco-toilets to save water.Status – Thought the number way too farfetched but still the work is onTOILET WOESWhat the city has and what it needs· 3,29,870 Number of slums in Delhi· 2,37,001 Slums in need of toilets· 39,541Number of toilet seats required @ 1 seat for 30 people· 10,821 Seats installed till Aug 31, 2016· 5,426Seats to be installed till December 31, 2016What ails them· 40%toilet seats built remain unused· 17,846 Number of seats proposed by March 2017.Out of this, construction of about 2,500 seats has been put on hold to avoid wastageb. Another issue in the news was a tussle between MCD and Delhi Government, lets also discuss that. So MCD or the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) is a Municipal Corporation, an AUTONOMOUS body that governs 8 out of 11 Districts of Delhi, in the state (UT) of Delhi, India. It was one of the three municipal corporations in the NCT of Delhi, the others being NDMC and Delhi Cantonment Board."Within its jurisdiction are some of the most densely populated areas in the world. It has also the unique distinction of providing civic services to rural and urban villages, resettlement colonies, regularised unauthorised colonies, Slum/Squatter Settlements, private 'katras' etc.MCD came into existence on the 7th of April, 1958 under an Act of Parliament. Prior to that DMC (Delhi Municipal Committee) was the principal civic body of Delhi. The Bharatiya Janata Party of India (BJP) won the elections for a third consecutive time. The party has been ruling Delhi's Municipal Corporation for nearly 14 years.Sources of Income: Its sources of income are taxes on water, houses, markets, entertainment and vehicles paid by residents of the town and grants from the state government.But the bigger problem with MCD is not of funds, but it is the problem of financial management. In the past, they had been allocated enough money by state government as bailout but after few months’ situation has come square one again.The Delhi MCDs have become a black hole for money. The money goes in, but never comes out. It has been among the most corrupt organisations, and siphoning off the money has been a norm. Well, it happens in many other organisation, but MCD is able to stay at the top. In both 2010 and 2011, it was named as the most corrupt organisation. Delhi police, MCD found 'most-corrupt'.What happens when you have ghost employees being paid salaries FIR filed in MCD ghost employees case? What happens when you spend 12 Crore to build a website, only to fail at the end? MCD spends Rs 12 crore on website over 9 years...And it's still breaking down!However, The Delhi government has decided to hike the budget allocation of municipal corporations by Rs. 1,000 crores, Finance Minister Manish Sisodia announced on Monday. “The budget allocation for the municipal corporations of Delhi was Rs. 5,908 crores last year. It was later increased to Rs. 5,999 crores. This year we have decided to increase it to Rs. 6,919 crores,” Sisodia, the deputy chief minister and finance minister, told the Delhi assembly.“I hope the MCD will utilise this money to pay the salaries of its employees on time. This is public money and the MCD should not waste it by indulging in corrupt activities,” he said.Now since it’s an autonomous body it itself has to decide what is best path to take and in Robert Frosts’ terms take the path less travelled, take the path which is righteous and more development oriented.5. Power and Water- Thanks to AAP government for offering ‘tangible’ benefits to the people with its 50 per cent subsidy on power bills, we all are now aware that this development was not that difficult to achieve, all you required was a will to do good, and a corrupt free mind. The situation was so grim that the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) clearly stated that the outages were not because of lack of power supply but due to poor maintenance of transmission lines.Under the water sector, giving free water to all households; scrapping the annual hike in rates that the Sheila Dikshit government had introduced; and cracking down on the tanker mafia that thrived because of the city’s unplanned nature – these were the promises, and we all are reaping the benefits of this.And a lot is being done in a lot of other sectors, and it has just been two years. So I believe the worst thing that we can do at this stage is doubt and develop a lot of hatred. So guys try to hold on, keep your expectations high, question the government you have elected cause it is your right, however try to trust some more.You can see this link to understand more: One year of AAP in Delhi

Is Delhi really getting what was promised by AAP?

Delhi is now the world's second most populous city with 25 million inhabitants. So I guess every individual might have different expectations from the Delhi Govt led by AAP right now. I cannot give the number of people happy or angry with AAP. But I would like to put forward the work done by AAP as Delhi Govt.1.) My electricity bill is definitely coming at half Rate (thanks to subsidy).2.) I have a family of 5, with 1 water meter and we are not paying even a single penny as Water Bill. Water consumption upto 20,000 Litres per month is FREE in Delhi(thanks to subsidy) and our consumption is somewhere around 12,000Litres per month.3.) Kejriwal govt has started a FREE MRI/CT scan facility in Govt as well as few selected PRIVATE hospitals also for Delhi domicile people having income below 3lakhs per annum.(My house maid availed this facility in Govt Hospital, I am not sure about Private Hospitals)List of hospitals:-1. G.B. Pant Hospital2. Lok Nayak Hospital3. GTB Hospital4. DDU Hospital5. Dr. BSA Hospital6. Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital7. Janakpuri Super Specialty Hospital8. Institute of Human Behaviour & Allied Sciences9. Delhi State Cancer Institute10. Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalaya4.) Delhi Govt increased the salaries of all Temporary Teachers by 90%. Earlier temporary teachers used to get salary based on hours/lectures of work they do(max 5 hours/lectures in a day), but now they will get the FIXED salary, even if schools are unable to utilise them for 5hours/lectures a day. More than 5hours/lectures a day is not permissible for temporary teachers.Primary teachers (CTET), who presently get Rs 17,500 monthly, will receive Rs 33,200.TGTs will now get Rs 33,120 which is Rs 20,000 currently.PGTs will receive salary of Rs 34,100 every month against Rs 22,500.However, Many knowledgeable people(with economic background) Criticise Delhi Govt, saying that Subsidy is not Good for Economy.Despite the FREE water(20,000Ltr) scheme, Delhi Jal Board clocked a Revenue Increase of around 178Crores in 2016.The reason is that if usage was more than 20K liters in a month, the whole usage was charged. Thus, many people conserved water lest their usage exceed the free threshold. Actually, the scheme led to 30% lesser consumption of water (which can be used to supply water to many more families). Another benefit was that people installed meters in their homes, solving a long-standing open issue.Factors that increased DJB's revenue:Price of the non-free water(above 20k Ltr) was increased by 10%.Several water leakages(Corruption or Misuse) were fixed.There were several other revenue-generating measures such as ads on water tankers, renting out property and tap solar power.And,.. My Dear Friends, According to an Oxfam report released on Monday(16jan2017), Richest 1% of the population in India is owning 58 per cent of the country's wealth,What are the benefits of Economic Growth, when poor is getting poorer and only rich are getting richer??I am not an Economist, but I feel that Kejriwal govt policy is directly benefitting the poor and middle class people.Here is a separate quora link explaining the work done by AAP party in Education sectorHow has Manish Sisodia performed as Delhi's Education Minister up until December 2016? What are the major policy changes that improved or worsened the education system in Delhi?Although I believe that every individual has their own expectations from Govt, so I guess some Delhites might be Happy with AAP party work and some might have a Different point of view also.

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