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Can Delhi be a Safer City to Reside Thanks to AAP’s Rule?

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Can Delhi be a Safer City to Reside Thanks to AAP’s Rule?

February 24
12:34 2015

delhi and AAPNew Delhi, Tuesday, February 24 – It has been more than a couple of weeks when Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party logged an incredible win in the national capital. 67 seats were won by the party, which hasn’t been into politics from several years as compared to Bharatiya Janata Party and Indian National Congress that ruled countrymen for a long time.

Despite being naïve into this genre, Kejriwal’s clarity over a number of issues made his dedicated team win the Delhi Assembly elections, stopping the progress of the Modi’s juggernaut on a way where bouncing back wasn’t possible at all. Blame of facing humiliating defeat was put on Kiran Bedi to some extent as she being the chief ministerial candidate of the saffron party. Perhaps it was the overconfidence of BJP that made it win only 3 seats in the metropolis.

No word is suitable to define how Congress couldn’t even open its account in lately held polls. Being out for a duck has made party members to sit for a while and sort out all the mistakes they did in the past which left people with no option but to elect a government and give chance to a party that focuses on putting a ceiling on inflation, corruption, increasing rates of electricity and water bills etc.

The biggest concern of the inhabitants is safe and secure living. Many youngsters board a train to Delhi in a hope of a bright future every year. Some survive the pressure in totally new surroundings while some don’t. The stress is much on young women studying or working at reputed colleges and organizations. Sexual assaults and molestation shatter all their dreams, making them fall in the trough of depression. The major reason behind AAP’s success could be the promise of installing CCTV cameras in different regions, to keep an eye over each activity. More to this pledge, it was perhaps faith in Kejriwal’s word to make Delhi a better and safer place to live that allowed his party to taste victory.

It is the time for AAP to pass the litmus test. Voters showed immense belief in AAP’s manifesto. Without a doubt, decrease in the rates of household goods is what everyone wants but beside this, people are keenly waiting for the measures to stop crime in the city. Expectations are getting higher with each passing day. All eyes are struck over the steps taken by newly appointed Chief Minister to halt rape, abduction and murder which are the key source to increase the fear factor among the general public.