Arvind Kejriwal’s Vision 2047: Initiative to make Delhi a global city, invites ideas and partnership

Delhi@2047 seeks to build a "resilient, reliant, equitable and sustainable" Delhi as a vision for 2047, the chief minister's office said. The initiative is hosted on the website of the Dialogue and Development Commission (DDC) of Delhi.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday launched Delhi@2047, an initiative that aims at fostering partnerships with the private sector, CSR initiatives and philanthropic organisations to achieve the vision for Delhi by 2047.

He said that everyone needs to work together then only we can transform Delhi into the city of our dreams, where even the poorest of the poor lives with utmost respect and comfort. He talked about the government’s efforts of transforming the style of governance and making it solution oriented and said that if one has the political will to find solutions then they can not be stopped.


The initiative is hosted on the website of the Dialogue and Development Commission (DDC) of Delhi.

While launching the initiative, Mr Kejriwal said, “We will increase Delhi’s per capita income to Singapore’s level. We will bid for the 2048 Olympics. There should be a 24×7 water supply before the next polls.”

He lauded also the efforts made in education and health sectors, saying both sectors have been revamped in a big way, evidenced in excellent performance by its students, and the improved services at city hospitals with an added “safety ring” of mohalla clinics and other facilities.

“But for 2047 we have planned a broad roadmap, which includes world-class infrastructure, including sporting facilities at schools to promote talent; rejuvenation of a number of water bodies, many of which had been encroached upon; and sustainable solutions that can benefit all sections of society,” he said.


Delhi is a “window to the country” that allows visitors to see India, Kejriwal said.

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