New Delhi: The Resident Welfare Association (RWA) has decided its role ahead of the MCD elections that vote will go to those candidates who will face the direct questions in the meeting of the association.

During the election campaign, the political parties make all efforts to woo RWA but this would not be an easy task this time as the association members have decided to bring all the contesting candidates on the same platform to hold debate. 

In a meeting of RWA on late Saturday night, the newly formed Resident Ward Community decided to prepare its manifesto and hand it over the respective candidates of different political parties contesting from different wards.

Sanjay Kaul and Ausutosh Dikshit-led committee said, “MCD was trifurcated with an aim to provide better facilities to the common man.  The residents of different wards have their own set of problems which has been included in the manifesto.”
The meeting would be held on April, 7, in the Mavlankar Hall to discuss the same and manifesto will be handed over to the candidates.

Another committee member Atul Goyal informed the committee has decided to apprise the candidates contesting the urban local body poll about the main agendas. In the meeting the candidates will also get an opportunity to introduce themselves.

In all the 272 wards, the RWA on Saturday and Sunday will host such meetings where members of the association along with the candidates will share the same dais.  This meeting will help the residents of different wards in selecting the better candidates of their choice.