Maharashtra Aam Aadmi Party on Friday released the party Manifesto 10 days before the Assembly Polls. The party in its Manifesto titled, â€˜Aapla Maharashtra, Ananda Maharashtraâ€™, aims to bring about a political culture without money and muscle power. AAP is contesting 24 of 288 Assembly seats in this election for the purpose of giving clean politics.
Maharashtra AAP Co-Convenor Kishore Mandhyan said that the party’s manifesto focuses on the environmental policy, issues of water, land, forest, energy, and gas. It also covers issues of education, healthcare, shelter, women’s safety, as well as industry, agriculture, communication, etc.
â€œThe financial system of the state is completely collapsed and the Aam Aadmi Party will be determined to regain its prosperityâ€.
Through the Delhi State Government, AAP has made unprecedented revolutionary changes in education and health. This Delhi model will be used as a template to address core concerns in Maharashtra.
“Through his manifesto, various issues of the state have been highlighted. Maharashtra is a large state, so even if not completely, the Delhi model can be applied to some extent. Whether we are in power or not, the Delhi model can be useful for construction workâ€, Mandhyan said.