Volunteers and party officials should visit. each area and make list of critical problems like drainage, water and try to solve it immediately.

As every area problem is not common and all areas do not need all basic facilities let each critical area be given importance and their problems solved immediately to see happiness in public. Let the party start working and keep up their long list of promises. more  

MOST OF OUR PROBLEMS ARE OF COMMON NATURE.
WE SHOULD, AT LEAST, JOINTLY RAISE SUCH COMMON ISSUES. more  
Inviting foreign experts to help out in the re-building of our cities (roads, drainage, bridges, flyovers, highways, railway tracks, housing, malls etc.) and their maintenance can be a huge and helpful shortcut. Look at countries like Singapore, China, Malaysia, Vietnam.......etc. etc. We are doing that with Metros in the country..... more  
Let us hope AAP will do something on this account. But solutions have to found out to these problems after careful consideration of the situation. We should have knowledgeable people assessing the situation of these colonies and finding sensible solutions to their problems. The team should definitely have a civil engineer included. more  
Yes lip promises and mouth promises are done and are seen for the past several years but public is not sleeping and fighting for their right and hope to see at least a few things done, public is doing their duty always by electing a leader and the leader is not leading and instead ruining and so public is suffering a lot and lot of time and money is getting wasted on unnecessary promises and no implementation or practical solution is found to various critical issues. You are right sir but who is going to stay with the public and help them in all ways is still a puzzle to all. more  
agreed, no party does his job after winning, they feel happy to trouble after winning only than helping each& every one to gain further JAY HIND more  
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