It will be for the first time that a party will come up with local manifestos for all the 70 constituencies. The AAP aims to address macro issues in these areas that have gone unheard all these years.
HT reviewed four of these manifestos. In the VIP constituencies of New Delhi, where people will witness a face-off between AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal and Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, power water and roads have emerged to be the most important issues.
The AAP manifesto is likely to mention the inflated electricity bills, water crisis and the poor roads. The other issues that are likely to be included in the manifesto are women's security and theft in government colonies.
Manifestos will have post cards for feedback from people
Gopal Mohan, Kejriwal's campaign manager said that in most areas people are fed up with the lack of coordination between New Delhi Municipal Council and Central Public Works Department (CPWD).
In Najafgarh, home to 17 villages, agricultural issues will be on AAP agenda. AAP's candidates promise to set up fertilizer and seed shops in the area for the villagers' benefit.
In Greater Kailash, the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) will be on AAP's radar, that has received mixed reactions from the people in this constituency.
Poor colony parks and public urinals seems to be adding to the woes of the people in Rohini.
All the manifestos will be handed out to people in the respective constituency and will have a post card attached to it for feedback.