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Dialogue and Development Commission of Delhi
Dear Delhites,

With your support and wishes, the Delhi Government completed one successful year in February 2016. A direct dialogue between the government and the people is required for the healthy functioning of any state; hence to facilitate it the Dialogue and Development Commission of Delhi was created. The idea behind it was to ensure the exchange of ideas between the citizens and the government in order to improve already existing policies and implement new ones.
Through the Dialogue and Development Commission of Delhi, the government is looking for a sincere participation of people to make Delhi corruption-free, clean, green and safe. Besides this, we are also aiming at improving the level of education, health, traffic, public conveyance and much more.
Hence, I urge everyone to join this movement of change and work together for the development of Delhi. We need your ideas and support to make Delhi a world-class city.
Jai Hind

Ashish Khetan
Vice Chairperson,
Dialogue and Development Commission of Delhi.
Applications invited for the post of Senior Consultant for Research and Communication (One post)
Task force approved by Dialogue and Development Commission of Delhi on focus areas

Bijli (Electricity)

Delhi should have 24 hour electricity and become 100% self-sufficient electricity state. Delhi should use clean and renewable energy sources.


Swach Pani (Clean water)

Every home in Delhi should have access to clean water. Dependence on water tankers should be eliminated. Delhi's water resources should be developed and ideas like rainwater harvesting should be implemented.


Shiksha (Education)

Delhi should have high quality school education system accessible to all sections of the society. Focus should be laid on creation and expansion of world class colleges and universities.


Swasthaya (Health)

Delhi should have high quality public hospitals with and expanding outreach. Health care delivery systems should be modernized using latest in technology. Focus on proactive prevention of diseases to reduce healthcare costs and to improve the quality of life should be promoted.


Governance


Speedy Justice


Wi-Fi and CCTV


Mobile Par Sarkar


Pollution


Clean Yamuna


Saaf Suthri Delhi (Neat & clean Delhi)


Unauthorized Colonies

Delhi should have transparent land allotment policies and infrastructure guidelines. Rights of home buyers should be protected. Long term policies should be implemented to prevent mushrooming of unauthorized settlements by ensuring availability of low-cost housing.


Sports and Culture


Mhangai (Price rise)


Sanitation and Solid Waste Management

There should be comprehensive sanitation, sewage and solid waste management for every living establishment in Delhi as well as easy availability of public toilets and waste bins. Littering should be discouraged by heavy fines.


Mahila Suraksha (Women safety)

Delhi should have stringent laws to uphold women’s rights at the workplace and at home. We envision a Delhi in which women will be acknowledged and treated as equal citizens in their own right. Delhi should provide equal opportunities across all sections of the society. There should be no appeasement of specific people in a community. Policies should focus on equal access to education, health and job opportunities.


Trade

Being the capital of India, Delhi should be its premier services hub and trading zone with excellent infrastructure. Laws should be simplified and entrepreneurship should be incentivized. Additionally, establishing a new company in Delhi should be straightforward.


Jobs and Job Security

Delhi should have growing employment opportunities across various types of industries. Small businesses need to be encouraged as a viable employment opportunity. Labor reforms are needed to provide fair and productive work environment.


Transport and Traffic

Delhi should have high quality diverse public transport to reduce peak time load on roads. The transportation should include Metro trains, last mile connectivity via feeder buses & private transport vehicles like autorickshaws.


Jhuggi Jhopadi (JJ clusters)

Delhi should have transparent land allotment policies and infrastructure guidelines. Rights of home buyers should be protected. Long term policies should be implemented to prevent mushrooming of unauthorized settlements by ensuring availability of low-cost housing.


Dilli Dehat (Delhi rural)

Delhi's rural areas should have proper public infrastructure for schools, hospitals, roads and public parks. Delhi’s rural areas should have prosperous farmers using state of art technology.

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