ALTERNATIVES ON CARDS IN DELHI FOR BURIAL OF INSPECTOR RAJ BY JULY 2015: MANISH SISODIA

ALTERNATIVES ON CARDS IN DELHI FOR BURIAL OF INSPECTOR RAJ BY JULY 2015: MANISH SISODIA

ALTERNATIVES ON CARDS IN DELHI FOR BURIAL OF INSPECTOR RAJ BY JULY 2015: MANISH SISODIA

 

No.PR-044
June 17, 2015
New Delhi
 

ALTERNATIVES ON CARDS IN DELHI FOR BURIAL OF INSPECTOR RAJ BY JULY 2015: MANISH SISODIA
 

The Deputy Chief Minister, Government of NCT of Delhi Mr. Manish Sisodia said that the AAP government would put up a firmer mechanism by end of July 2015 for removing the age old inspector raj to enable industry function smoothly and with the least intervention from authorities in the government.
 

Addressing the Managing Committee of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry here today, the Deputy Chief Minister also disclosed that the government was also renewing the tendering process to enable Delhi and its industry to import foreign technologies to catapult the prototype industry processes.
 

Elaborating on the issue of eliminating inspector raj in Delhi, Mr. Sisodia said, “the committee has already been set up for this purpose which is currently reviewing the licensing regime and wherever the licensing process has turned out to be obsolete, it would have to go for good”.
 

“Wherever licensing process needs to be retained, the AAP government would integrate such licenses in a manner that their annual renewal is scraped and industry is charged with a nominal fee so that the government earns the revenue with integration of licenses so that it amounts to a win win situation”, said Mr. Sisodia.
 

He said that the focus of the Delhi government in its forthcoming budget would be to unify and integrate the taxation in a manner so that industry is kept at bare minimum problem and government revenue did not suffer.
 

According to him, the education sector in and around Delhi would be in for massive reforms to enable students to meet with their modern requirements as well integrate them with their matrimony and patrimony.
 

The President PHD Chamber Mr. Alok B. Shriram submitted a detailed a proposal to the Deputy CM of Delhi in which in was sought that the age old Bombay Welfare Fund be abolished and industry is not harassed in the garb of making its contribution to it because the fund has hardly serve its purpose.
 

Among others who were present on the occasion comprised Sr. Vice President, Vice President and Secretary General of the Chamber Mr. Mahesh Gupta, Mr. Gopal S Jiwarajka and Mr. Saurabh Sanyal.
 

ENDS

Koteshwar Prasad Dobhal
Consultant (PR)