Kejriwal also noted that the state will need funds to regularise all the unauthorised colonies in the city and "for this purpose we will approach the central government".
"Every year, residents of the national capital pay Rs.65,000 crore as tax to the central government. Delhi is given only Rs.325 crore fund by the central government. We will demand that the central government give us Rs.10,000 crore for the complete regularisation of all the unauthorised colonies," he said.
He also dwelt on the poll promises fulfilled in the last two months. "We had promised that we will reduce electricity bills by half, we have fulfilled this promise. We said that we will make Delhi corruption-free, we have launched anti-corruption helpline numbers," he said. He also appealed to the people not to be misled by allegations made by opposition parties.