Discounts, transport connectivity: Tourism department presents plan for Delhi shopping festival, CM Kejriwal reviews plan

After holding a high-level meeting to review and discuss the proposed Delhi shopping festival, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Friday that the government is planning to give huge discounts and hand out prizes to mark the festival .

The CM held the meeting with the Department of Tourism which is running the project and asked the relevant officials to spare no effort to make the shopping festival a world-class experience. The ministry also submitted a plan for the project.

The meeting was also attended by Deputy CM Manish Sisodia and DDC Vice President Jasmine Shah.

The shopping festival is one of the AAP government’s ambitious plans proposed in the Rozgaar Budget 2022-23 to boost employment.

“A detailed plan for the project has been presented by the Department of Tourism together with the suggestions/feedback received from the Traders Association at the CM. There was also a discussion on how the government intends to materialize this initiative and present it to the world, with an analysis of various shopping festivals held in other countries,” the government said in a statement.

Officials said the government planned to offer discounts to increase customer numbers and generate revenue for traders and traders.

The CM also pointed out that the shopping festival should focus on the emotion and culture of Delhi to attract more people from all over the country and the world.

Along with the discounts, the government also plans to connect hotels and restaurants to the shopping festival and facilitate transportation between venues.

The government plans to promote art, culture and street food in Delhi during the festival. Famous personalities, renowned musicians, dance groups and artists will also be invited.

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