Transparency has been one of the top priorities of AAP Government . They have released out the work which has been done since the Government sworn in.
Some of the major points are :
- 50% reduction in electricity tariffs for consumption up to 400 units for domestic consumers.
- White Paper on Electricity commissioned under former DERC Chief Bijendra Singh
- Free lifeline water up to 20k liters per month for every household with a metered connection. This facility has been extended to group housing societies as well. Sewerage charges have been waived as well.
- Amnesty scheme announced for domestic consumers to pay their outstanding dues till March 31. Late user charges have been waived off till then.
- The Delhi government has asked the Delhi Police for a list of dark spots across the national capital.
- Exercise is on to ensure marshals in DTC buses from 6 PM to 12 midnight.
- Government is working on a plan to allow SDMs to conduct surprise checks in buses with powers to take appropriate action against eve-teasers
- 200 private schools have been issued showcause notices for charging exorbitant fees.
- Process for the installation of CCTVs in schools has begun.
- In a major relief to city traders, the Delhi government has decided to allow “carry forward” of refund (input tax credit) of VAT and extend the date of filing R9 form.
- Stamp vendor license will now be online.
- Birth/death & other certificates to be online from April 1
- Ration cards also to be online.
- 66 surprise checks were conducted at pollution control centers and 18 were found to be not working properly.
- 18 waste burning checks found waste being burnt in open places and warnings were issued.
- 170 challans of overloaded vehicles was conducted, which are a major source of air pollution.
OTHER DECISIONS :
- Licences provided for 20,800 E-rickshaws in one month as compared to around 600 till now.
- There were 1 lakh-stalled old-age pensions in the past. 30,000 cleared by the Delhi government and 20,000 will be done this month.
- Anganwadi workers used to get Rs. 750 per month as rent for their Anganwadi premises, which have now been increased to Rs. 4-5 thousand per month.
- Anganwadi material in now being purchased straight from FCI straight in place of open market, surplus money being utilized to provide fruits to children
- Attention on Forensic labs
- Mandoli Jail to be ready till October end
- Redesigning of hospitals to increase their beds-capacity to allow poor people access to health care.
- Health department conducted surprise checks on private labs to curb overcharging of Swine Flu tests beyond a cap of Rs 4500.
- Free tests and medicines in all government hospitals for Swine Flu patients