New Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday met pulses traders in North Delhi’s Naya Bazar market and addressed their grievances in the midst of rise in prices of dal in the national capital.
Brijesh Goyal, convener of the trader’s wing of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), said that around 2,000 pulses traders from Narela, Naya Bazar and Lawrence Road Market, among others participated in the meeting at the Old Delhi market and apprised CM about their problems.
“In the meeting, traders demanded that there should be regularisation of warehouse of pulses in Delhi, on which the CM assured them that he would take their matter in consideration.
“Besides, the Chief Minister also said that government will come up with new fruit, vegetable and other markets,” Goyal said.
The CM also sought to know from traders if they were facing any problems due to taxes, the AAP convener said.