Addressing reporters at the Chandigarh Press Club on Monday, AAP's national executive committee member Yogendra Yadav said that the manifesto would be based on the reports by 31 committees formed by the party, to seek a feedback from the citizens and various stakeholders.
said the party had changed its earlier decision to release the compiled draft of these reports lest it was "over interpreted and created opinion opposite to the intention."
Reacting to a query related to the criticism that the AAP
has not announced it stance on the economic policy, Mr. Yadav
said that while the party would want to stay away from the Left as well as the Right orthodoxies, it favoured a national level debate on adopting methods which actually helped achieve the goals enshrined in the Constitution.
regretted that there was hardly any debate about role of public sector, government control, subsidies, market forces, competition and various other factors that impacted economic policy.
said the dominant opinion in the AAP
favoured the need to work specific solutions for separate situations.
Commenting on his
recent visits to Haryana and Chandigarh, Mr. Yadav
said though the units were set up almost a year ago, the AAP
received an upsurge in response only after the Delhi Assembly results.
felt a wave of enthusiasm, energy and hope through this ethical victory.
favours a national level debate on adopting methods which help achieve the goals enshrined in the Constitution: Yadav