The Confederation of All Indian Traders (CAIT) on Tuesday (March 9th) described the budget presented by the government of the Aam Aaadmi Party (AAP) in New Delhi for the financial year 2021-22 as disappointing and insignificant for the trader community.
The AAP government on Tuesday presented a budget proposal of 69,000 rupees for the 2021-22 financial year on the subject of “patriotism”.
According to CAIT, the Delhi budget presented by Finance Minister Manish Sisodia is a disappointing document for Delhi’s traders. This is because not a single word was spoken in the Delhi budget regarding trade and industry.
The national secretary general of CAIT, Pravin Khandelwal, commented on the budget in Delhi: “The budget in Delhi is unfair. It reflects the negative attitude of Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal towards the trading community. We strongly condemn the budget in Delhi.”
Khandelwal said: “It is extremely unfortunate that the Delhi government has failed to fund business development in a time when Delhi’s business is under great financial strain and trying to overcome the adverse effects of the Covid-19 pandemic Delhi has provided. “”
“It is also surprising that no single budget plan for business has been announced, nor has any policy to rationalize trade and commerce been announced in Delhi,” added the CAIT Secretary General.
“No plan has been announced to set up a cyber hub in Delhi while Delhi’s revenue is being shifted to neighboring cities like Gurgaon and Noida.”
CAIT said, “Delhi is the largest trading center in the country and Delhi’s revenue is largely dependent on trade. The Kejriwal government was expected to come up with something for traders, but sadly they ignored them in the state.” Budget.”
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