While the party admits that it could not crack down on corruption the way it would have liked to because of the Centre’s control over the anti-corruption branch, its two major initiatives — doorstep delivery of services and installation of CCTV cameras — have won the trust of many citizens.
In the run up to the Feb 8 polls, the impact of the AAP government’s provision of free water to Delhiites on groundwater, and the quality of the water provided, have been questioned by experts and the opposition. But are voters likely to be swayed?
Across Delhi, from those living in small tenements to residents of big bungalows, everyone has gained to some extent from AAP’s promise to reduce power bills. How was this made possible and is it even sustainable? The first in our special series leading up to elections in the capital