Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Manish Sisodia said on Friday that the party’s chief minister-designate Arvind Kejriwal and he will beg before the public for funds to building infrastructure of Delhi and if need arises, they will cut the salary of the ministers.
Talking to CNN-IBN, Sisodia said they could not believe the mandate the party got in Delhi.
AAP won 67 of the 70 seats for Delhi Assembly elections, results of which were declared on Tuesday.
Talking about the massive mandate the party got, Sisodia said, “People have full faith in us. Sometimes people have so much faith in us that we ponder if we can fulfill the promises.”
Sisodia claimed that whatever promises the AAP has made to the people in the budget is possible to be fulfilled.
“We will start installing CCTV cameras. In the next five years, 15 lakh CCTV cameras will be installed in Delhi….We have examples from Bangalore and other cities about successful installation of CCTV cameras,” he said.
Sisodia, who is being tipped to be the Delhi’s deputy chief minister, claimed that he had made efforts to install CCTV cameras in his constituency also.
Talking about the other important promise of providing free Wi-Fi in the national capital, Sisodia said, “In certain bandwidths, we will give free Wi-Fi to the public.”
On the security of women, which was a major issue during the elections, he said AAP wants to provide a panic button to each woman in Delhi.
Sisodia also dealt with the issue of cutting the electricity bills by half and said the AAP government will not fight with the power companies. “If they do their work honestly why should we do something?” he said.