The Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government is planning to come out with a one-year report card at a public function on February 14 to highlight its performance so far.
The government, apart from releasing a booklet of its achievements during the event, will also seek suggestions from the audience on issues related to governance in the national capital.
“Delhi government’s entire cabinet, led by the chief minister himself, will be present at the public interaction. The venue is yet to be decided, but it’s likely to be held somewhere in central Delhi. The final blueprint of the event will be decided after the chief minister returns from Bengaluru on Sunday,” a government official said.
The Aam Aadmi Party government had organised a similar event at Central Park in Connaught Place earlier to showcase its achievements after the first 100 days in power in May 2015.
Sources said the Delhi government has already directed the information and publicity department to collect information about the achievements and major decisions undertaken from all important departments and print a booklet highlighting the same.
The publicity department is also planning to come out with a lot of advertisements in the run up to the government’s one-year anniversary on February 15.