Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal to hear traders’ concerns on Sunday | Delhi News – Times of India


NEW DELHI: Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal will on Sunday work together with merchants of Delhi to grasp the challenges they face in gentle of the Covid-19 pandemic, and to plan measures on find out how to additional strengthen the capital’s economic system. The ‘digital samvaad’ can be held at 4pm for which merchants can register at by 4pm on August 22. They’ll additionally present their recommendations.
The occasion is a part of a collection of initiatives being undertaken by the federal government to kick-start town’s economic system and enhance the enterprise surroundings amid pandemic. Not too long ago, Kejriwal had interacted with varied business associations.
The federal government has already taken a number of selections to enhance town’s economic system like considerably decreasing the diesel costs, de-linking resorts from Covid hospitals, permitting road hawkers and weekly bazaars to start out working, notifying Delhi’s Electrical Car coverage, and launching of Delhi’s Rozgar Bazaar to bridge the hole between job seekers and job suppliers. The web job portal launched on July 27 has over 8.5 lakh lively job vacancies and round 10 lakh job aspirants.
The merchants’ neighborhood of Delhi is greater than 1.5-million robust and is the spine of the financial construction of the state. The digital samvaad initiative ensures that each one voices of the stakeholders are heard, earlier than any coverage initiatives are deliberate by the federal government. The merchants’ associations have welcomed the initiative.


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