Presiding over a meeting with senior officers of the Finance Department, Mr Manish Sisodia stressed on the need to eradicate departmental corruption by income tax officers. “It is important to take steps to wipe out departmental corruption,” he said. “Setting up effective revenue targets should be our next course of action,” added the Hon’ble Finance Minister of Delhi. Apart from this, there was a meeting with the officials of the education department where Mr Sisodia gave several instructions including speeding up the work of two new universities and repairing the outer wall of all the schools.
After resuming the charge Cabinet Minister Mr Kailash Gahlot said, ” CM’s Guarantee Card will be his priority and at the same time, the government will work on further strengthening Delhi’s transport system.”
Cabinet Minister Shri Satyendar Jain said, “Fulfilling the targets of the Aam Aadmi Party’s manifesto will be my priority along with the Guarantee card. I will also work hard to bring Mohalla clinics within a radius of one kilometer for every citizen across Delhi. I will also work to provide clean water to every citizen 24*7.”
Cabinet Minister Mr Gopal Rai said,”The new government will reach every level of the society and work will be done keeping in mind the needs of the most disadvantaged section of the society. The people of Delhi have new expectations from the new government and people are looking forward to delivery of the Delhi’s development model today. People are discussing this model across the country and we will ensure expansion of this model.”
Cabinet Minister Mr Rajendra Pal Gautam, “We will work for the development of people from every class and background. The people have supported the AAP wholeheartedly and this is our time to return this faith. We will work hard to make Delhi a better city for everyone.”Cabinet Minister Mr Imran Hussain said, “Delhi government wants to make Delhi a world class city. Keeping this in mind, the Manifesto and the Chief Minister’s Guarantee Card were prepared and now the emphasis will be on the fast implementation.”