‘Ab sarkari karamchari aam aadmi’ says Delhi deputy CM while introducing budget
Budget for Delhi: The minister stated that his government intends to create 20 lakh jobs in the city over the next five years under the ‘Rozgar (employment) budget.’
Manish Sisodia, the deputy chief minister of Delhi, presented the budget in the state assembly on Saturday, highlighting the AAP government’s accomplishments in the national capital during the last seven years. “There are now schools, mohalla clinics, and hospitals. The population of Delhi has access to power 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and around 75% of residences do not get bills.”
“The subway and road networks have also been expanded, and crime has been reduced by installing CCTV cameras.” Addressing the state legislature, he added: “(Now people don’t rush to government offices.) Doorstep delivery ki shuruat hui… ab log sarkari daftar ki nahi… sarkari karmachari logon ke chakkar kaat ta hai. Officers from the government rush to people’s houses.” “People used to give bribes… become stressed” Sisodia added. “Now they’re able to manage everything from home.” The AAP administration’s signature programme, doorstep delivery, has been at the centre of a squabble between the state and the federal government.
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The minister stated that his government intends to create 20 lakh jobs in the city over the next five years under the ‘Rozgar (employment) budget.’ “We want to increase the number of people working in Delhi by 20 lakh by creating opportunities in retail, food and beverage, logistics, travel and tourism, real estate, and green energy.” “We’re launching a plan to modernise Delhi’s retail markets. We’ll invite visitors from around the world and host a shopping extravaganza in Delhi. We will also construct the Delhi Bazaar platform to link shops with clients “
He further went on to say, “We are bringing a scheme for innovating Delhi’s retail markets. We’ll invite people from abroad and conduct a Delhi shopping festival. Further, to connect the shopkeepers with customers we will develop the Delhi Bazaar portal.”
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