1. The Economy
Per Capita GDP has grown 38% in the last 5 years versus 120% before that (Inflation adjusted).
While this appears to be a significant slowdown, this is far better than say Haryana (which has a much lower per capita) where the economy slowed down from a 5 year growth of 143% to 41%.
State Government Revenues has increased from Rs 29812 crores in 2014-15 to Rs 44824 crores in 2018-19. This is 10.8% per annum. Haryana revenues went up around 16% per annum.
2. On Sustainable Development Goals
In Class X CBSE Exams
2015: Govt Schools pass %, 95.8% (1.4 lakhs appeared, 1.3 lakhs passed)
2019: Govt Scools pass% 71.6% (1.6 lakhs appeared, 1.2 lakhs passed)
In Class XII CBSE Exams
2015: Govt Schools pass %, 88% (1.4 lakhs appeared, 1.2 lakhs passed)
2019: Govt Scools pass% 71.6% (1.3 lakhs appeared, 1.2 lakhs passed)
Delhi Jal Board revenues were up 50% in a span of 4 years. This is inspite of free water of 20000 litres of water per houshold free. However one must note that water subsidy which was Rs 21 crores in 2014-15 has increased to Rs 468 crores in 2019-20.
The AAP Government cut electrcitiy tariffs by 50% and followed it up by making it free for upto 200 units. This is on the back of Power subsidy which was Rs 292 crores in 2014-15 which went upto Rs 1720 crores in 2019-20. The large spends on part of the State also improved the financial condition of Delhi's discoms
While there is no recent published data on the quality of healthcare in Delhi, what is clear is that the Government spending on healthcare for the citizens went up from Rs 3116 crores in 2014-15 to Rs 5968 crores in 2018-19 (17.5% growth per annum)
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