The manifesto also focuses on education and health sectors.
To improve the standard of education in municipal schools, compulsory English from nursery, compulsory moral education for classes I to V, computer labs for class IV and V students and a change in the midday meal menu to include more nutrients are a part of the manifesto.
A nodal officer will be appointed to bring transparency in the works of the MCD and to monitor development works.
The manifesto also stated that the party will make sure the presence of women rise in the Startup India campaign.
Property tax of religious and social places will be charged for Rupee one.
The move will benefit those who couldn't pay the tax and are still paying penalties.
Every week a council meeting will be arranged with the Resident welfare association (RWA).
The general election to three municipal corporations of Delhi will be held this month.
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