Circle Progress to Date and Next Steps

Dear Members:

My apologies for not being able to communicate this week. Thank you everyone for joining or being in the AAP Professionals Cell circle. Our circle now has over 16,000 members.

You would be pleased to know that through the circle we have compiled inputs on:
1) Suggestions for Governance
2) Sustaining the AAP Momentum
This compilation was done by Mr. Devakumar and the same has been submitted to Arvind ji and the party for review. My sincere thanks to him as well as Ms. Vinita ji for compiling the Corruption related experiences of members post AAP Government in Delhi.

We need to work on the following items at the earliest:
1) Put together easy to understand whitepapers on the above 2 areas
2) Have specific actions needed by citizens for the 10 identified areas along with name of circle members who are experts in each one of the areas.
Kindly come forward if you can take the lead or contribute towards these.

I also acknowledge the two ideas on Inviting elected representatives to the circle as well as working together to raise funds for the party by spreading the word through the circle.

Thank you for your support and patience.

Regards,
CA Deepak Jain

PS - I request Mr. Devakumar or any other member who can to repost the revised Database of Suggestions for the benefit of new members. more  

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In order to simplify the tax system (the root cause of corruption) following is proposed:
Remove all present taxes --- direct, indirect, income, wealth, gift or sales, excise, road, toll etc.
Levy 10% tax on all expenditure. No tax on any income. Everyone to have bank account. All banks to deposit 10% of all debits to the account as tax to Government. All Rs. 500 and higher denominations to be stopped. Everyone including corporates, NGO's, rich, poor, religious institutions to be covered. more  
Deepak ji,with reference to the "Sustaining the AAP movement" I have a suggestion. A very large chunk of our population lives in apartments constructed and managed by cooperative housing societies. Similarly , a large number of people are members of Thrift & Credit societies or Cooperative Banks. Their problems are peculiar and must be addressed. For example, even after the construction of flats of a group housing society is complete, the flats cannot be allotted unless approved by the Registrar of Cooperative Societies(RCS) who forwards the list to the DDA. This is where the catch lies and corruption comes into play. If we can devise a means of quick redressal, we can have a solid base of satisfied and potential AAP supporters. It must be remembered that the cooperative societies are spread all over Delhi and touch each and every constituency. I have been in this field for almost 22 years now and I am very familiar with the problems, the working of the RCS office and the measures required to be undertaken. In fact we have already submitted some suggestions to Sh.Girish Soni ji, the Minister concerned which are hopefully under consideration. I am prepared to shoulder the responsibility for this job which will ultimately mean and include amending the Delhi Cooperative Societies Act,2003 also. more  
I have few suggesio to make. Though I agree that I am Bnaker and in operations. This regrading traffic contoll\. I presue there are too many sadan cars in the city which are actually chocking the Delhi Road. I suggest the Delhi Govt should impose Higher % of Raod tax so that people will detor buy long Car which is actually not required on Delhi Roads. Hatch Back is the better option. Like our CMs is using. more  
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