Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Medical | By Johnnie Horton

Sealing issue: Kejriwal holds all-party meeting to find solution

Sealing issue: Kejriwal holds all-party meeting to find solution

The sealing drive - shutting off illegal establishments - started late previous year on the directions of the Supreme Court-appointed monitoring committee. Thus all major wholesale and retail markets including Chandni Chowk, Lajpat Nagar, Connaught Place, Khan Market, Karol Bagh, Sadar Bazaar, Kamla Nagar and Azadpur are likely to remain closed. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), have issued a statement that states, 2, 500 traders associations are going to take part in the portest against the shutting of their shops by the authorities.

A "vyapari panchayat" has also been called by CAIT president Praveen Khandelwal in Karol Bagh today, where thousands of traders are expected to attend.

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An all-party delegation will meet a Supreme Court-appointed monitoring committee to seek a solution to problems posed by an ongoing sealing drive, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Tuesday, while hitting out the BJP for boycotting a meeting called on the issue by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. While Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken intends to attend the meeting despite the party's bitter rivalry with Aam Aadmi Party, BJP has chosen to be cautious, sarcastically advising whoever is attending to wear a helmet in what is obviously a vicious reference to the alleged attack on Delhi's chief secretary at a meeting in the CM's residence. Maken is prepared to attend the meeting and has identified the subjects that he will broach at the meeting, including the non-notification of 351 roads as mixed-use lanes.

Singh advised us to make a representation of traders before the Delhi lieutenant-governor Anil Baijal and assured us to bring a permanent solution to the problem, said Khandelwal. "We were not sent any notice or shown any orders". However, it has sealed some basements for alleged misuse and is also carrying out a survey of mezzanine floors. The MP alleged that traders were being beaten up in the name of sealing.

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