Delhi sets up panel to junk outdated business licenses

New Delhi, (IANS) To facilitate ease of doing business in the capital, the AAP government Thursday set up a committee to junk outdated licences.

“A committee has been set up to review each and every license to do business. It will also see even if there are some important licences and the clause of their annual renewal can be removed,” Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said here.A

“”There is still a license raj and the Delhi government wants to end it. To do business, small and big traders have to get about 50 licences. And the process of getting these licenses is very difficult” he said.

“Even if somebody gets it, it has be renewed annual from various agencies ranging from police to Delhi government’s various departments. It’s a source of corruption, ” he added.

The committee, headed by principal secretary, finance, has to do its work by July 31.

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