Vision 2015 Launched, BJP Aims To Make Delhi “World Class City”

Just Five Days after Delhi is going to vote, at peak time the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will release its vision document for the national capital on Monday. The vision document is being released instead of a poll manifesto by the party for the upcoming Assembly polls.

Party President Amit Shah released the document at the BJP’s office on Monday. Ahead of its release, party’s chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi said, “Vision document will be a result of team work. It will prepare Delhi for 2050. This document lists all the promises the party has made for the national capital to make it a world-class city,” Upadhyay said.

While giving an overview of the 35 areas that the document stresses on, Bedi said, “Welfare for all is our goal with special focus on and women security and youth issues, & North Eastern Immigrants to be Protected”.

According to one of the section 24-hour helpline number would be established “for the protection of the North Eastern migrants. Kiran further said “special guardianships will be arranged with local families” to safeguard people from the region.