The elections to the three Municipal Corporations of Delhi or MCD will be held on April 22 and the results will be announced on April 25. And while several political parties including AAP have been demanding the usage of ballot papers instead of EVMs, the Delhi State Election Commission denied the demand, saying that very less time is left for holding the MCD elections.
The BJP has been ruling the MCD for 10 years, and while the Aam Aadmi Party managed to bag the maximum number of seats out of the 13 seats in the MCD by-polls last year, it seems difficult for Arvind Kejriwal-led party to grab seats this time.
From funds-related issues between AAP-BJP to the Delhi government losing its credibility due to several things, it might be very difficult for Aam Aadmi Party to crack through.
Delhi government completed two years in February after they left everyone shocked with their stunning victory back in 2015.
1.Where are the Wi-Fi zones? : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal promised free Wi-Fi availability all over Delhi, and that was one promise that lured the Delhiites the most. But where is it? The manifesto claimed that they have approached telecom and internet companies and that free Wi-Fi will be provided in public zones. But even after two years, we cannot find any Wi-Fi service anywhere in Delhi.
2. Public transport to be improved : The party promised that it will work towards improving public transport but Kejriwal couldn’t add even a single bust to the existing fleet.