Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi chief minister, announced on Thursday that free power will be optional in the capital. Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi Chief Minister, stated that
“The Delhi government’s cabinet has made a significant decision. Many residents in Delhi have access to free power because the Delhi government provides a subsidy for this but many people have stated that we are capable and that we do not require free power use it for development purposes”Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal
Previously, the Kejriwal government provided free electricity to Delhi residents up to 200 units. A rebate of Rs 800 is also offered for electricity use of 201 to 400 units.
October 1: The deadline for choosing subsidy
Arvind Kejriwal stated that “We will ask people if they want electricity subsidies. We will give if they say they want, and we will not give if they say they don’t want. Electricity subsidies will be granted to those who request them in Delhi from October 1”
Delhi Start-Up Policy approved
The Delhi Startup Policy has been approved by Kejriwal’s cabinet. The Delhi government, according to CM Kejriwal, will assist young people who wish to start their own businesses. The Delhi government will assist in many ways in addition to financial assistance. The Delhi government would provide significant financial support with detailed guidance for start ups. The Chief Minister stated that if a student enrolled in any Delhi government college wishes to start a business and create a product while studying, the Delhi government will provide him a study leave of up to two years so that the student can continue to invest time in the start-up.
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