Anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal has plunged into electoral politics by making public his vision of the yet-unnamed political party. The name of the party would be announced on November 26, the date of passing of the Indian Constitution. Outlining the document 'Swaraj Ka Sankalp', he has promised the country of a people’s party, whose MPs and MLAs would shun perks like red beacon cars and bungalows, Further, it would let people decide the prices of essential commodities.
Kejriwal has promised to bring in the Lokpal Bill within 10 days of coming to power. The document also talks about the uplift of Muslims, tribes, people’s rule and a campaign against corruption and price rise. If voted to power, any person can complain against any corrupt leader to the Lokpal. To maintain transparency, all the expenditure will be put on the party's website immediately.