The Delhi BJP today demanded a relaxation of 4% in the Delhi University cut-off list for students passing their Class 12 examinations, from schools situated in the national capital.
Delhi BJP general secretary Shikha Rai proposed the resolution, which was seconded by MLA Jai Bhagwan Aggarwal, at a meeting convened to discuss the prevailing situation in the capital and the party's strategy for the coming assembly polls.
The party also passed a resolution slamming the Delhi government for not being able to control the prices of vegetables, which have increased of 100-150 per cent.
The BJP also demanded a high level probe into the alleged fraud committed by the education department of the Delhi government in Delhi government schools, resulting in a complete collapse of the education system in these schools.
A number of state level office bearers, legislators, councillors, district level office bearers, office bearers of various cells and morchas were present during the meeting.
"The Congress government has ruined the capital of the country during last the 15 years, and people are desperate for change. The common man is looking towards the BJP to set things right. That brings us greater responsibility," said Delhi BJP president Vijay Goel.
Goel said that the common man was suffering under the Congress regime with inflation, corruption, lack of water, high power tariffs and the poor law and order situation in Delhi.
Education, public transport, health services, basic utilities like sewage disposal were all in a mess, he alleged.