As per TOI, "Arvind Kejriwal said this is a first of a kind experiment to be launched by them to seek action plans for all sections of society, be it youth, women, traders, villages and unauthorized colonies."
"We will assimilate suggestions by the public and incorporate them in our election manifesto," Kejriwal was quoted as saying in the daily. He also said that the AAP-led government, which ruled in Delhi for 49 days, had fulfilled most of the promises made in their manifesto.
In 2013, AAP had formed the government in with the support of Congress.
"Making Delhi corruption-free and bringing in legislations, such as Jan Lokpal Bill, is an obvious action expected of us. We need not declare it time and again," Ashutosh, AAP's national spokesperson was quoted as saying in the daily.
Kejriwal who is sure about winning 40-45 seats in delhi Assembly elections is leaving no stone unturned to win the hearts of the people ahead of these elections.
In a bid to connect with voters ahead of Delhi assembly elections, the Aam Aadmi Party launched 'Delhi Dialogue', an initiative under which the party would seek people's opinion on how their ideal city should be.
The move is aimed to connect with different stratas of society ranging from professionals to homemakers and from youth to women.
"We wish to know what are the expectations of people and how they want their Delhi to be. We will interact with professionals, housewife, students, youth, women, people from villages, industrialists, people from JJ cluster and unauthorised colonies. We will then prepare a 50-point programme, prepare a blue-print and address these issues," party's national convenor Arvind Kejriwal told a news conference here.
The issues will also find way in party's manifesto. As a part of the inititaive, on November 15, the party will hold a rally of the youth in the national capital and address their issues.
(With inputs from agencies)