New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said that if chosen to power again, he would address the issue of traffic congestion in the city in the next five years. Kejriwal was speaking at the second town hall meeting held at northwest Delhi's Pitampura.
The AAP convener said that the Delhi government has already hired a consultant to prepare a list of traffic bottlenecks in the city.
“The consultant will submit the report in 10 months. We will work on the report and in the next five years, we will work hard to address the issue,” said the CM.
As a campaign strategy, AAP will organise seven town hall meetings – one in each Lok Sabha constituency. The first town hall meeting was planned on December 26 in New Delhi, second on December 27 in Chandni Chowk, third on December 30 in North East, fourth on January 3 in East Delhi, fifth on January 4 in West Delhi, sixth on January 5 in North West and the last on January 7 in South West.
In the first town hall meeting on Thursday, Kejriwal had presented his government's report card.