Kiran Bedi proposes engagement of youth for development
In the absence of a unified party manifesto, BJP's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi is sharing her own blueprints in the run up to the Assembly elections.
New Delhi: In the absence of a unified party manifesto, BJP's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi is sharing her own blueprints in the run up to the Assembly elections.
Bedi who had yesterday tweeted an elaborate 25 point programme for women security including preventive measures, corrective actions and regular reviews, today tweeted a 15 point program for engagement with youth and their development.
Terming the youth of Delhi as an integral part of her agenda, Bedi sought to increase the involvement of youth in governance through education, training and leadership programmes.
In her 15 point program, Bedi tweeted about optimum utilisation of sports stadiums and facilities and has even promised a singular channel for all regulatory permissions for cultural and sports events.
"Enable access for youth orgs to sports & other govt facilities: optimum utilization of stadiums & sports facilities.
"A simplified single window clearance 4all regulatory permissions 2promote increase in cultural &sports events for youth," she tweeted.
Bedi who has been promising to bring back civil defence volunteers in her electioneering campaign, reached out to the younger crowd by hoping to pull them in community service programs.
"Involvement of youth in community service for programs in literacy, healthcare, civil defence," Bedi tweeted using the hashtag #KiransBlueprint.
She also mentioned drug abuse awareness programs, a digital campaign in the city along with a pitch for more 'Raahgiris' among other things.