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
General Election 2014 in India
According to the Election Commission of India, the process of the general election is going to start from the mid-April. From upcoming months, the Election Commission is going to consult with the concerned departments.
It is a difficult task for the most populous democratic country. India to perform the task of the general election efficiently. At present, country’s voter number is more than 78 million. 8, 00000 booths and 15, 00000 electronic voting machines are needed for that.543 MPs of the lower house of sixteenth parliament would be elected. The current term of the parliament will be ended on 30 May, 2014. New parliamentary session will be started from June. So the first round of voting will be held in mid-April, and last round of voting phase will be finished in the first or second week of May. These election costs of more than one billion rupee. Continue reading
Aam Aadmi Government
With the support of the Delhi Congress Party; Arvind Kejriwala’s ‘Aam Aadmi Party’ has won by a trust vote in the Delhi Assembly. Now the real challenge for Kejriwala is to fulfill the commitment. From the very first day, BJP has started to play evil.
In political terminology, there is a saying ” Enemy’s enemy is a friend ”. To prevent BJP, Congress is playing the same role. It was very confirmed for Kejriwala’s “Aam Aadmi Party” to win in a trust vote with Congressional support in Delhi Assembly. 38 votes were in favor, and 3 were in against it. From 70 seats in the Assembly, Aam Aadmi Party won by 38 votes with its own 28 votes, Congress’ eight votes, JD-U’s one vote and non-party’s one vote. On the other hand, BJP’s own 31 and Shiromoni Akali Party’s 1, a total of 32 votes went against of it.
Though Kejriwala knew that if Congress held back, the government would apart, he was confident about the trust votes. According to the analyst, Kejriwala also knew that the public would not spare the Congress if that happened. In that case, Kejriwala could blame the Congress for not letting the people meet their opportunity. It is the politician’s view that in next parliamentary election, this will affect otherwise Kejriwala will have to fulfill his election promises made to voters, and it would be his real challenge. Continue reading