Releasing the manifesto for his constituency, the first of AAP's manifestos for seven Delhi parliamentary seats, the party's candidate Prof Anand Kumar, said, "I will ensure that all necessary steps are taken to establish the East Campus of Delhi University.
"Steps to open Central schools and Navoday Vidyalaya in the area are also on the agenda. Consequently, I will work with Delhi Government and Municipal Corporation of Delhi to take steps to open new primary and middle schools in the area."
Slamming Congress and BJP for neglecting development, especially of education facilities, in the area, Kumar said, "There is a Government Senior Secondary School in Mustafabad for girls. This school is in shambles.
"One group of students is taught for the first three days and given offs for next three days when another group attends the classes. This kind of worst situation of education in the national capital is unthinkable."
Highlighting the poor sanitation conditions of the constituency, Kumar said, "The Trans-Yamuna area is more famous for its dirty nallahas and poor sanitation condition than its people. There is a Gokalpuri drain also known as Seelampur nallah in the area.
"A grant of Rs 14 crore was sanctioned for Brahampuri, Gokalpuri drain, but the drains are flowing in open, where mosquito breeding happen most. Most deaths due to dengue also take place here."
This area has been neglected at one hand by Congress at parliamentary and legislative levels and on the other hand by BJP through its municipal corporation, he added.