Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government will subsidize electricity only to those citizens of the national capital who want it. He said citizens would be asked whether they want to continue with the subsidy and the exercise in this regard would start soon.
“The Delhi government will now ask people whether they want to avail subsidy on electricity. From October 1, the subsidy will be provided only to those consumers who opt for it,” he said during an online briefing.
Currently, consumers in Delhi get a “zero” electricity bill of 200 units of electricity and a subsidy of 800 on power consumption from 201 to 400 units per month.
Kejriwal made this announcement while virtually launching the Delhi Startup Policy. Stating that the Delhi cabinet has passed the Delhi Startup Policy, the AAP convener said, “We are committed to make Delhi the startup capital of India.” Under the policy, the youth of Delhi will be helped to run business in the national capital with financial assistance from the government.
The Chief Minister said that the government will form a panel of chartered accountants and lawyers where entrepreneurs can take help. Stating that the government would give relief to entrepreneurs, Kejriwal said students of government institutions can take a leave of a year or two to focus on their business.
Delhi Police on Thursday released a sketch of a man who sexually assaulted two eight-year-old girl students by barging into a primary school run by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi. Police said, “Continuous efforts are being made to arrest the accused at the earliest. The Delhi Commission for Women on Wednesday issued notices to the police and the East Delhi Municipal Corporation over the alleged molestation of two primary school girls.
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Kirana shop owner Shravan Kapri (40) was allegedly shot dead by unidentified criminals at Jayanagar sub-divisional headquarters in Madhubani district on Wednesday night. The deceased was the secretary of Jayanagar Chamber of Commerce, resident of Brahmin Tola of Ward No. 12 of the city. The incident took place near Shaheed Chowk at around 8.30 pm when the businessman was returning home after closing his shop in Jayanagar market.
The prices of other crops, including tomatoes, are skyrocketing amid rising temperatures and short supply in the market. Cost of one kg tomato. is between 75 more 80 in retail, as the produce produced in neighboring states like Maharashtra has fallen over the past few weeks, affecting the supply chain. Reports state that the cost of the crop is between Rs. 62 and Rs. In 64 Horticulture Growers Cooperative Marketing and Processing Society (HOPCOMS) outlets.
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