new Delhi. The Election Commission will declare the dates for the Delhi Assembly races today. After which the gatherings will be seen attempting their best to win. In the interim, Arvind Kejriwal's administration may confront a few troubles. From one perspective, the Delhi government says that it has satisfied every one of its guarantees and it will win indeed on the quality of its work.


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At the same time, the opposition party BJP seems fully prepared to take power over Delhi.  The party's national president and country's home minister Amit Shah has targeted the Delhi government on several occasions.  He says that the Delhi government has not fulfilled many promises.  While the Delhi government says the same in response to his talk, he has fulfilled all the promises.  So let us know what are the promises which the Delhi government has not made.


- Full state status to Delhi:


Whenever the elections were held, the Delhi government asked for the Union Territory of Delhi to be given full state status.  But this promise is not yet fulfilled.


- Pollution:


The AAP stated that incentives would be provided to promote low-emission fuels such as CNG and electricity to reduce pollution.  However, there has been a steady increase in pollution.  Several studies suggest that the twice-introduced Aud-Even scheme has increased vehicle emissions.

 Also, this scheme increased the number of people in public vehicles but the number of such vehicles remained small.  The Delhi government had said that it would encourage car-pooling and bring its policy on electric vehicles.  Work has been going on since November 2018 in this regard.


- Social welfare:


The Arvind Kejriwal government had talked about providing free public transport facilities to the elderly and students.  However, this facility was available only to women.  Along with this, a 2018 AIIMS study revealed that one third of Delhi's street children are addicted to alcohol and drugs.


- Employment:


The government in its manifesto promised 8 lakh jobs. But the government kept quiet on this. Claiming that the Delhi government has a vacancy of 2 lakh jobs, Kejriwal promised that those working on all contracts would be regularized. The AAP claims that the file was sent to the center, which never approved it.


- Water:


Water was not reached through pipes to all. About 650 slums and another 100 unauthorized colonies do not have connections. The Delhi Jal Board says that it has been able to provide water to only seven slums till March 2019.

 Residents of many colonies depend on the Delhi Jal Board and private tankers. The number of unregistered water tankers has also increased in Delhi, and there is no regulation of where they fetch water and who provides it.


- Farmer:


To "triple" farmers' income in Delhi in July 2018, the AAP government approved the Farm Solar Power Scheme to provide additional income of Rs 1 lakh per year to farmers. Under this scheme, farmers will be able to provide one-third of their land to private companies at the rate of Rs 1 lakh per acre annually. The government had said that there would be a 6 percent increase in fares every year. But the plan is almost dark.