AAP leaders Sandeep Kumar, Satyendra Jain, Gopal Rai, Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia and Jitendra Singh Tomar during Kejriwal's swearing-in as Delhi CM at Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi on 14 February, 2015.IANS

Known for its unconventional approach to politics, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is all set to establish Delhi Dialogue Commission to implement its poll promises.

The Commission will oversee the implementation of the party's 70-point manifesto, representing 70 Delhi Assembly constituencies.

The formation of the Commission is likely to be announced after a Cabinet meeting of the Delhi government that is underway, according to Zee Media Bureau.

The body is likely to be headed by Delhi chief minister and AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal, while another party member Ashish Khetan is likely to be appointed vice-chairman.

It is pertinent here that Kejriwal doesn't hold any portfolio. 

The formation of the Commission will be a culmination of AAP's "Delhi Dialogues" initiated in November last year on the eve of elections, to engage and seek views of all sections of Delhi, to arrive at an active plan to transform Delhi into a world-class city.  

"We will hold dialogues with professionals, housewife, students, youth, women, villagers, industrialists, besides residents JJ cluster and unauthorised colonies. We will then prepare a 50-point programme, prepare a blue-print and address these issues. We want the people to tell us how they want their Delhi to be," Kejriwal told reporters last November, according to a report in The Hindu.

Apart from Khetan, AAP members Meera Sanyal and Preeti Sharma Menon formed the core team to drive "Delhi Dialogues."  

The AAP has already two of its key poll promises, of reducing power tariff by half and providing 20,000 litres free water to all Delhi households.