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Vision for Delhi 



“What we want is vigor in the blood, strength in the nerves, iron muscles and nerves of steel, not softening namby-pamby ideas.”
 
My vision for Delhi stems from these inspiring words of Swami Vivekananda. Delhi has enough number of bold men and women; there is no dearth of talented and hard-working people. What we need is a vision backed with good intent and sound policies.
 
My vision for Delhi is that it should be a city of opportunities where people realize their dreams, women feel safe to go out, kids enjoy their childhood, elderly citizens don’t feel vulnerable and different sections of the society get equal rights. A city where public utilities are affordable and world-class quality. The national capital of a country like India should be a mix of our cultural heritage and modern technological might.
 
We need a model city which has universal education, health services, housing, power, water, and public transport. We must strive to make Delhi an environment-friendly metro where we use renewable sources of energy in our daily lives, and where at least one-third of the city is under forest which in fact act as the ‘lungs’ of Delhi. If we don’t do this, the city will continue to die a slow death as it is happening today. This must be changed with utmost urgency. 
 
I want Delhi to be a child-friendly city where children from all classes and sections of society get equal opportunities. It has to be a city where the public distribution system (PDS) works for the marginalized, and, for those who are not covered under it, the government must establish “Super Bazaars” to provide the basic commodities at reasonable prices. And this can be easily done through the PPP model.
 
The mantra for making Delhi the best city in the world is “Accountable Governance, Participatory Governance, and Sensitive Governance.”  There is an urgent need to induct professionals and experts in government at various levels. There must be extensive use of technology to implement e-governance to weed out corruption and bring in transparency and efficiency at all levels. It also helps to significantly reduce the administrative costs. The grievance redressal mechanism of all government departments should address all complaints in a time-bound manner.
 
Delhi has the potential of becoming one of the most attractive art and culture hubs. And for that, the Delhi government has to play an important role in setting up, nurturing, supporting and promoting world-class art and cultural organizations.
 
Delhi has a burgeoning population youth. There is an urgent need for expanding education opportunities at all levels for them. But that would only be the first step. We need to integrate skill development in our curriculum of higher education. The entrepreneurial skills of Delhi residents are well known; it is time we harness them. The government needs to support young entrepreneurs by incubating their projects.
 
Delhi currently has islands of affluence surrounded by chaos and anarchy. The urban planning in Delhi is virtually non-existent. Result? Mushrooming of unauthorized colonies, JJ clusters, and slums! With political will and a vision, we can change the landscape of Delhi by providing affordable housing and public utilities to those for whom this city holds a bright future.

My vision for Delhi stems from these inspiring words of Swami Vivekanada. I sincerely believe that Delhi has enough number of brave, bold men and women who can make it not only one of the best cities.

Delhi Villages Delhi has 369 villages which, though called as Urban Villages but, continue to suffer from developmental inequalities. The basic infrastructure is in such a sorrow state that some villages

Education empowers our children, making them strong enough to look after themselves in any given situation. A large role in delivering the education is played by our educational institutions

Power is the basis of human lives and is used in almost everything we have. Hence it's vital in the interest of social development and welfare that power reaches to common citizens

Water, though being one of the most precious resources on the earth, is availabile in limited amount. Hence it's necessary that due management of the water resources is taken for the existence of life.

Healthcare The Delhi government being the major health service provider is responsible for the healthcare services in Delhi but due to lack of planning and vision of Delhi government

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People Says

One must appreciate how Vijay Goel is working so hard and looking out for all sports. One can feel the change. Best wishes!                           

Saurabh Thapliyal

People Says

Simply will appreciate Vijay Goel's working style, witnessed his personal attention to west Delhi - Paschim Vihar ppl even at late hours.

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No cricket with Pak until terrorism stops, says sports minister Vijay Goel Finally! Kudos for a much needed call! 

Amrita Bhinder

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Vijay Goel is a national leader with wider vision and worked on the ground in Delhi.

Shantanu Gupta

Delhi Villages It's ironic that our national capital Delhi, which is often termed as a world-class metro, still has over 360 under-developed villages in it. These villages are detached from the city and seem unaware of the tremendous progress all around them.

Youth Development Youth is the backbone of our country's progress and we all need to work towards their overall development. Apart from providing training & employment in traditional careers I have always encouraged active youth participation in politics.

Education is a progressive discovery of our ignorance. Hence it's imperative in the interest of societal development that its children and youth are well educated. It's a shame that Delhi despite being the capital of India is not fully literate whereas a small state like Kerala has attained 100% literacy.

Water is vital for the existence of life but we need to realize that like all the other resources it is not unlimited and, going by the experts' opinion, the next war could be fought because of it.

Housing To own a home, irrespective of the size, is a dream cherished by many. I understand this sentiment and that is why I championed the cause to help protect the applicants who were promised homes and felt cheated by the Delhi government.

Power is one of the basic amenities of life happens to be a matter of great concern for the citizens of Delhi. Faulty meters, power shortage and inflated power bills are the most common grievances faced by every other citizen.

Achievements

I believe the youth is the backbone of our country's progress and I have always worked towards their overall development.

Achievements

Chandni Chowk I have a keen interest in exploring and learning about culture, traditions and Heritage. Chandni Chowk, my former parliamentary constituency, is a perfect example of the multicultural and multi-religious India.

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