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The first in a series of public outreach programmes, AAP’s Delhi Dialogue on Saturday at Jantar Mantar served as the ground for the party’s declaration of its five-point blueprint for Delhi youth.
The five-point agenda announcement by the party came in front of a sea of supporters — young and old people, men and women.
The agenda lists affordable education, jobs, emphasis on sports and sporting facilities, free wifi and a fight against drugs as the party’s primary goals to empower youth.
“For the youth, the biggest problem is higher education. Close to 1.5 lakh students pass Class 12 in the city each year. Many of them don’t get admission in colleges. We will set up 20 colleges in the outskirts of Delhi. Wherever villagers are ready to provide land to us we will build new colleges. Along with conventional courses, these colleges will also focus on vocational education,” said the party’s chief ministerial candidate, Arvind Kejriwal.