New Delhi, Jan 31: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Saturday released its manifesto for the February 7 Delhi assembly election. Releasing the 70-point blue print for Delhi, Kejriwal said the AAP had fulfilled its promises during its 49-day rule in 2013-14 and will do the same again. He said his party's manifesto was formed after months of research and it promises to make Delhi a city of pride.
Kejriwal said the AAP manifesto focuses on women's safety, well-being of elderly people and youth, betterment of colonies, welfare of advocates and workers, common residents, farmers and various other issues. He said Delhi will be made a hub of tourism, trade and services.
Kejriwal also slammed the Congress and BJP on the occasion, saying their manifestos never cared for real work. He mocked the BJP, saying the latter did not dare to release a poll manifesto for Delhi because it was embarrassed by the fact that it could not fulfil any of its promises made before last year's Lok Sabha election.