The Delhi Congress requests that the Government Arvind reduces RS 10 VAT on a liter of gasoline and 5 RS on a liter of diesel to associate taxes for people-Ch Anil Kumar
Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee president Ch. Anil Kumar, along with an outsized range of Congress workers, held a dharna outside the Delhi Secretariat, ITO, demanding reduction in VAT on petrol and diesel by the Aam Aadmi Party Government in Delhi.
Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee president Ch. Anil Kumar, along with an outsized range of Congress workers, held a dharna outside the Delhi Secretariat, ITO, demanding reduction in VAT on petrol and diesel by the Aam Aadmi Party Government in Delhi. Ch. Anil Kumar said that despite several State Governments, as well as Punjab, reducing VAT on oil merchandise following a nominal reduction on Excise Duty by the Centre, the Delhi Government has not followed suit, tho' Chief Minister Arvind had toured Assembly poll-bound Punjab and secure to „replicate‟ the “Delhi model of development” there. He aforesaid that if CM Arvind was able to implement the metropolis model of development, why is acting back of implementing the Punjab model of Development, because the Congress Government in Punjab has reduced Rs ten on a litre of petrol and Rs five on a litre of diesel, to bring down the oil prices?
The Congress employees loud slogans appreciate “Petrol Diesel par VAT kam karo- kam karo”, “Jhoot-Loot ki Sarkar Nahi Chalegi- Nahi Chalegi” and so on Besides Ch. Anil Kumr, distinguished Congress leaders who participated within the dharna were Former MP Shri Ramesh Kumar, former MLA Jai Kishan, Hari Ravi Shankar Gupta, Bhishma Sharma, Amrish Gautam, Vijay Lochav, Rajesh Jain, Kunwar Karan Singh, DPCC vp Abhishek Dutt and Shivani Chopra, at the side of DPMC President President Amrita Dhawan, chairperson of Communication Department Parvez Alam, Municipal Councilor Amarlata Sangwan, District Presidents Mohd. Usman, Hari Kishan Jindal, Rajesh Chauhan, Dinesh Kumar, Kailash Jain, Virendra Kasana, former municipal councilors Anil Vashisht, Ishwar Bagri, Savita Sharma, Dheeraj Basoya, Javed Mirza, Dr. Naresh Kumar, Kisan Cell Chairman Rajbir Solanki, Jagjivan Sharma, Naresh Sharma Neetu were additionally present.
Ch Anil Kumar said that over the past seven years, the Delhi government has collected over Rs 25,000 crore on VAT on petroleum products, but has spent very little on Delhi residents. He said that CM Arvind often declares that "he is the son of Delhi", and this is a great opportunity for him to prove his "Delhi" credentials and bring relief to the people by lowering oil prices, which will reduce automatically their prices of all essential raw materials.
Addressing the congressional workers sitting on dharna at the Delhi secretariat, Ch. Anil Kumar demanded that the Arvind government cut gasoline and diesel prices by Rs 10 and Rs 5 respectively, as are all promises made by Prime Minister Arvind to the people of Delhi. empty. He said that whenever CM Arvind toured Assembly member states he made big promises such as free electricity, youth jobs, unemployment benefits etc., but he should also adopt the good characteristics of other states and follow the Punjab. model by reducing VAT on gasoline and diesel.Ch Anil Kumar said Delhi residents have struggled to overcome financial hardship caused by the destruction of the Covid19 pandemic, unemployment and rising prices of basic necessities since the "Delhi development model “CM's Arvind was a flop. he argued that Arvind's autocratic government, which takes unilateral decisions for political ends and not for the welfare of Delhi's people, has only taken anti-popular measures in the past seven years to make people's lives miserable.He said CM Arvind had totally mismanaged the Covid crisis and blocked the city's economic development. He said Arvind visited Assembly member states and made unworkable promises, but when it comes to Delhi, where the Aam Aadmi party is in power, none of his promises seem to be working, as unemployment and pollution, air and water in the Yamuna have become unmanageable levels.