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Arvind Kejriwal Promises To End “Inspector Raj”, Red-Tapism In Punjab

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“In Punjab, we will provide electricity 24 hours a day. We know how to do it,” said Arvind Kejriwal.

Jalandhar:

The national organizer of the AAP, Arvind Kejriwal, on Wednesday promised the end of “the inspector raj“And” the red-tapism that is rampant in the commercial and industrial sector “if his party is elected to power in the Punjab legislative elections in 2022.

Mr. Kejriwal, who is on a two-day visit to the Punjab, also pledged the formation of a trade and industry body and its decisions will have to be implemented by the state government.

He said this when speaking to traders and industrialists in Jalandhar after hearing their grievances.

Addressing the assembly, Delhi’s chief minister assured the trade and industry sector to resolve their grievances and take action to boost their businesses.

He also assured that he would provide electricity 24 hours a day to the sector and set the example of his government in the national capital to provide electricity there 24 hours a day.

“In Punjab, we will provide electricity 24 hours a day. We know how to do it,” Kejriwal said.

He also claimed that “inspector raj and red-tapism” will end in the state, as he blamed previous governments for “promoting” the same for corruption.

To prove his point, the AAP chief said his government in Delhi had stopped “the raids. raj“and a reduced VAT rate which has led to double tax revenue to Rs 60,000 crore.

This happened because the government trusted traders, he said. He also promised to end “hafta system and Hello tax “in the state.

Mr Kejriwal further assured the businessmen to pay their pending value-added tax refunds, saying he had received similar complaints from traders in Ludhiana.

He also pledged to clear pending VAT refunds within three to six months, stressing that capital is essential to run a business or business.

The Delhi CM has pledged to improve infrastructure in focal points and industrial areas in Punjab to facilitate industry if elected to power in the state.

Responding to another issue raised by traders, he said industrialists pointed out to him that former CM Parkash Singh Badal and Captain Amarinder Singh had promised to resolve it after the election.

“My request (to you) is to ask Kejriwal once -“Ek mauka saanu vi“(Give us a chance too). I assure you that you will forget the others,” Kejriwal said, urging people to choose his party over the others in upcoming state polls.

He also focused on promoting small traders and micro, small and medium enterprises, saying these sectors generate more jobs.

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