Retail Business Delhi
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwala is under debate for taking the decision to revoke the foreign investment for the retail business. Most economists are thinking it as a wrong decision. This will increase unemployment and food price hike. And they will affect the interests of customers.
Newly elected Aam Aadmi government acted imprudently by not giving permission for running foreign retail business in New Delhi. For this decision employment will not increase, customer cannot protect their interests, even there will be uncertainty in opening the international market ‘chain’ policy. Including these, the world wills receive wrong messages.
The decision is taken as the time when many companies were planning to invest in retail business by placing Britain’s Tesco, the multi-brand agency in India for the economic revival in the world. Many economists are thinking that it is a red signal for this country’s economy, and human struggle will weaken against the inflation for this red signal. Continue reading
Aam Aadmi Party
Aam Aadmi Party is a political party of India. This team was officially established on November 6, 2012. In 2011, they’re created differences in politicization of the famous‘ India Against Corruption’ between the two anti-corruption activists Arvind Kejriwala and Anna Hazare regarding ‘Jon Lokpal’ bill pass. This party has been established in this regard. The Anna Hazare opposed to conducting that movement to the political path. On the contrary, Kejriwala wanted to conduct that movement through a democratic process.
After the establishment, this party began to take part in different protest movement programs. Aam Aadmi Party runs their movement by alleging an illegal collaboration between government and non-governmental organizations for electricity and water price hike in Delhi. In addition, one of the party’s agenda was to give justice to the women victims of rape and sexual assault and make a powerful anti-rape law. In 2013, this party emerged as the second largest party in Delhi assembly election. This party achieved 28 seats from the 70 seats of Delhi Assembly. Although not being a single majority party, this party has formed government in Delhi with the support of Indian National Congress. Continue reading