Administrative, financial and functional independence and powers to take action public servants," said Yogendra Yadav, head of AAP's manifesto committee, while releasing it.
Those found guilty of corruption would be sacked, sent to jail and their property would be confiscated, he
, which is offering itself as an alternative to both the Congress and the BJP in the elections, also promised devolution of power to the people by setting up Mohalla Sabha which would decide about the development work to be carried out, take care of sanitation, issue death and birth certificate and monitor local government school and primary health centres among others.
Kejriwal's party, which had been attacking Delhi government over increase in electricity bills, promised to bring it down by 50 per cent by ordering an audit of accounts of distribution companies (Discoms).
"If anyone refused, their licences would be cancelled, inflated bills would be rectified, electricity metres would be checked by independent agencies," Yadav
said, who was flanked by other party members including Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia, Sanjay Singh, Prashan Bhushan and Kumar Vishwas.