Delhi liquor policy: Whose hand is behind the failure of Delhi's liquor policy? kejriwal told the lieutenant governor

Delhi liquor policy: Whose hand is behind the failure of Delhi's liquor policy? kejriwal told the lieutenant governor

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who was on a visit to Gujarat on Sunday amid controversy over Delhi's excise policy, said Rs 4,000-5,000 crore is going to come from this policy, but the central government's intervention through Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena has resulted in the loss of revenue. . Kejriwal told media persons here that AAP's excise policy was going to generate revenue of Rs 4000-5000 crore, but just two days before its implementation, LG VK Saxena made many changes in it, due to which 300-400 shops were not opened. Could go Their license fees and revenue not come? This is the reason behind the low revenue.

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national spokesperson Shahzad Poonawalla criticized the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) over the new RTI disclosures in the Excise Policy scam case. Poonawalla alleged that 'AAP's new liquor policy' has caused huge losses. He said that there has been a loss of Rs 2,000-2,300 crore in 288 days. There was a loss of around Rs 2000-2300 crore due to AAP's new liquor policy. The previous liquor policy had earned Rs 768 crore in September alone, which means around Rs 25 crore per day, while the new policy could have earned Rs 5,036 crore in 7.5 months. BJP spokesperson Shahzad Poonawalla said that the new policy of Rs 14.4 crore per day should have earned a profit instead of a loss of Rs 8 crore per day.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the facility launched today in Gujarat has the power to "transform India's defense and aerospace sectors". He said, "The facility that has been launched today in Vadodara has the power to transform India's defense and aerospace sectors. This is the first time that such a huge investment is being made in the country's defense aerospace sector.

According to Defense Secretary Armaan Giridhar, apart from manufacturing 40 aircraft, the facility in Vadodara will manufacture additional aircraft for Air Force requirements and exports. With the launch of the C295 aircraft manufacturing facility, India will enter a formidable league of nearly a dozen countries with the capability to manufacture military transport aircraft. Currently, the US, Japan, UK, Russia, France, Italy, Spain, Ukraine, Brazil, China, and Japan have this capability.

The Tata-Airbus alliance stated that the C-295 manufacturing is "the first Make in India aerospace program in the private sector, which includes the complete development of a complete industrial ecosystem; from manufacturing to assembly, testing and qualification, delivery of complete and Up to maintenance. Lifecycle of the aircraft." Under the terms of the deal, 16 C-295 aircraft are scheduled to be delivered in flight condition between September 2023 and August 2025, while the remaining 40 aircraft will be manufactured at the Vadodara facility.

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