AAP's 12-point platform for the MCD polls covers everything from e-services to pollution prevention to resolving the stray cat problem.

Delhi's Aam Aadmi Party unveils 12-point manifesto for upcoming Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections . The party is in power in Delhi and will lead the city's municipal council on December 4 .

New Delhi, India, November 25 : The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), the leader of the forthcoming Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) polls on December 4, unveiled its 12-point manifesto for the elections on Friday.If the group takes over the civic administration, residents will be able to access civic services on their mobile phones.The AAP, which is in power in Delhi, also promised to improve the working environment and facilities for MCD staff.Deluxe Chief Minister Kejriwal reacted angrily to the AAP's message in a press conference with Punjab Chief Minister Hagwant Mann, claiming that the central government was to blame for deteriorating air quality in the city.In addition, the AAP promised to regularize all weekly markets and vendors, as well as provide more incentives to street vendors, unorganized laborers, and neglected sections if elected.

On the economic front, the AAP promised improved civic facilities in clusters, slums, rural areas, unauthorised colonies, and jhuggi jhopdis, and also upgraded healthcare facilities at MCD schools, and also converted all 1,616 MCD schools into smart schools by 2027, according to the group.

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