Meeting Constituency People
Rather than creating a hangama of JANATA DARBAR, I prefer that each Elected MLA make a make-shift office in his constituency and be available to his constituency people atleast FOUR Days a week (Avoid Sunday).
Keeping in mind the working class, timing can be 07:00AM to 10:00AM.
There should be facility to drop the complaints in a drop-box and acknowledgement sent via e-mail/ post-office.
At Non-AAP constituencies also, this practise should continue and people responses/ feedback/ grievences / advices should be taken by the member who stood for election and got defeated.
NEVER FORGET THAT IT IS THE AAM ADMI WHO SELECTED AAP - WORK FOR THEM , WORK WITH THEM. more
Yes it is a very good suggestion more
Working with the people and for the people, that too from lower strata, should be the main point and I agree with Mr Panicker. more
Sir, It is a good suggestion. In my opinion all the 70 representatives either elected (28) and 42 (Looser) come forward and they all can arrange a public meeting in their constituencies, get the written complaint from the sufferrer, filter and first find out the solution and then recommend to the concerned ministry with viable solutions. This is the way to get the relief and it will lower down the grievances. more
are we creating an another Corporate style to understand and resolve the problems in any constituency !! Our elected "pratinidhi" must know the problems of his areas and resolve these simultaneously on the spot or whatever feasible. Our concerned ministers of all departments should visit regularly all constituencies periodically and listen people. The concerned department should upload/ upgrade major issues regularly. more
lets take this one forward Mr. Panciker. Mr. Deepak Jain may put together our collective view and submit to Mr. Kejriwal. more