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कोविड-19 दरम्यानच्या मार्च ते सप्टेंबर या 6 महिन्यांचे दोनशे युनिट विज बिल माफी ची घोषणा आपण स्वतः करावी.

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विषय: आपल्या जाहीरनाम्याप्रमाणे 300 युनिट मोफत वीज देणे आणि कोविड-19 दरम्यानचे विज बिल माप माफ करण्याबाबत. महोदय आपण मोठी दरम्यान आपल्या जाहीरनाम्यात राज्यातील नागरिकांना 300 युनिट पर्यंत विज तीस टक्के कमी दराने देण्याचे लिखित वचन दिलेले आहे. तसेच आता कोविड-19 दरम्यान आमचा रोजगार गेला व्यवसाय बंद पडला आहे त्यामुळे आर्थिक संकट येऊन दैनंदिन घर चालवणे मुश्किल झाले आहे. परंतु आपल्या सरकारने ने दिनांक एक एप्रिल दोन हजार वीस पासून वीज दरवाढ करून आम्हाला आर्थिक कोंडीत अडकविले आहे. आता आम्ही खूप अडचणीत असल्यामुळे विज बिल भरूच शकत नाही. त्यामुळे आपल्या जाहीरनामा प्रमाणे मार्च महिन्यापासून चे पूर्ण वीज देयक माफ करावे ही विनंती.

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In April 2011, a civil society movement was born in the backdrop of big ticket corruption scandals that came to light during the Congress-led UPA regime. A group of activists from varied backgrounds had come together to demand the enactment of the Jan Lokpal Bill – a legislation that had been stuck in Parliamentary committees for decades. With public anger against corruption building up with every expose that came from the news media, the demand for a strong law that could deal with a corrupt political establishment found widespread support among ordinary Indians. Under the banner of India Against Corruption, Indians rose up in protest against the government of the day, demanding the Jan Lokpal be passed immediately.

Spanning over two years, across hundreds of cities, towns and villages, lakhs of people mobilised themselves for this cause. Protest marches, gheraos of politicians, social media campaigns – a revolution had begun. Led by social activist Anna Hazare, thousands of people in several locations sat on fasts on three separate occasions to build support for the Jan Lokpal Bill, and pressure the government into acting on people’s demand. At the end of the third and final fast, despite all efforts of the IAC, the Parliament had still not come around to passing the Jan Lokpal.

The first issue the AAP took up in Delhi in the run up to the Assembly election was of fraudulently inflated electricity rates and water bills. The AAP launched an agitation against the ruling Congress government, against its collusion with power distribution companies and the water tanker mafia. From 23rd March onwards, Arvind Kejriwal began a fast to build pressure on the Sheila Dikshit government. Simultaneously, the party initiated a massive signature campaign to organise support for the cause. On the 14th day, Kejriwal broke his fast, after the party had handed over more than 10.5 lakh petitions from the people of Delhi to then Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit. This agitation catapulted AAP into a political force that could take on the powerful political class on behalf of the people.

2013 – Bijli Paani Andolan

2020 - Hisaab Do

The Covid-19 lockdown in India has been difficult for the working class across the country. It created a financial strain for many and the governments has failed to provide any form of relief. AAP has always represented the interests of the working class. Hisaab Do is a campaign to inform the people of Mumbai that they have been a victim of the corporate-political nexus. At a time when it is important to get relief, the Aam Aadmi in Mumbai has to bear the pressures of economic instability. Through this campaign, we wish to highlight the phenomenal work done by the AAP government in Delhi in ensuring that every rupee paid by the tax payer is utilized primarily for projects and initiatives that benefit them. Electricity charges is one way the state government can take up measures to ensure relief for the community in Mumbai. Hisaab Do is a campaign that will demand accountability from all the concerned parties – including the Chief Minister, Minister of Energy New and Renewable Energy and the distributing company.

The failure of the government to agree to the people’s demands was the result of the deeply entrenched corruption that had decayed India’s political establishment. A Jan Lokpal was directly detrimental to the interests of the political parties and their leaders. That’s when one section of IAC activists, led by Arvind Kejriwal, decided that the only way to rid this country of corruption was to join politics, enter government and clean up the system from within. Thus began the journey of the anti-corruption protest towards the political revolution called the Aam Aadmi Party.