New Delhi: If it wins the MCD polls, Delhi BJP will develop an app for faceless municipal service delivery to the city’s residents, the head of the party’s MCD election manifesto committee, Satish Upadhyay, said on Friday.
The party will make the Municipal Corporation of Delhi “paperless” and develop “My MCD”, a mobile application, by March 31 next year to render civic services to the public at their doorsteps, he said. said at a press conference here.
Earlier in a ‘vachan patra’, Delhi’s BJP pledged to provide flats to city slum dwellers under the ‘Jahan Jhuggi Wahin Makan’ policy, just as 3,024 flats were allocated to residents of the city. Bhoomiheen camp, he said.
The party has yet to announce its manifesto for the MCD elections to be held on December 4.
“More than 61,000 people in Delhi sent us suggestions through our portal and Whatsapp number. BJP’s theme ‘Sabki Delhi, Sabke Suraj’ is getting very popular among people,” said Upadhyay, a former BJP chairman from Delhi.
Upadhyay said the BJP is collecting suggestions for the party manifesto by interacting with different sections of society such as shopkeepers, resident welfare associations, industry organizations, youths, women and people living in its villages.