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AAP will promote business and trade to generate employment in Punjab: Satyendar Jain

Mohali, December 18, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and Delhi Health, Public Works and Power Minister Satyendar Jain met traders, businessmen and shopkeepers in Mohali and Kharar, under AAP’s program ‘Meeting with Bussinessmen and Traders’ on Saturday and promised them that after the formation of AAP government in the state, MLAs and government officials won’t create troubles or demand unwarranted free partnerships in their businesses.

He said that during his visit in Punjab, after meeting various businessmen and traders, he has realized one thing; that people in Punjab are afraid to start a new business here because of the corrupt politicians who forcefully demand shares in their businesses.

Satyendar Jain reassured the businessmen once again and said that AAP will stay true to the guarantees given by Kejriwal to the Businessmen and said that no AAP MLA will ever ask for anything from them, instead businessmen and traders of Punjab will be partners of Aam Aadmi Party government who’ll provide better environment and opportunities to start and run their businesses. He said that this way they’ll assist the government to increase employment in Punjab.

Answering a query, about governments ignorance towards the basic amenities of mediocre businessmen, Satyendar Jain said that AAP govt is only guilty of one thing; “We provide basic facilities like education and treatment to all, irrespective of their financial status.”

He said that we have announced guarantees for the two most important things for everyone; better health and education facilities in Punjab and we’ll extend the benefits to all; poor, rich, middle-class, shopkeepers and traders. He said that education and health of citizens are two prime responsibilities of any government and we are committed to provide every Punjabi with the same set of benefits in these sectors.

Taking a dig at Akali and Congress leaders of state, Satyendar Jain said that AAP MLAs won’t ask for partnership in your businesses and all other official formalities will be made easy for business like we did in Delhi, where such paperwork is done and delivered in just Rs. 50 at your doorstep.

He said that businessmen spent their most of the time doing “setting” with various leaders and govt officials to run their business smoothly but we promises you that won’t be an issue after the formation of AAP government in Punjab.

In his event in Mohali Satyendar Jain was accompanied by Dr. Sunny Ahluwalia, Vinit Verma, Prabhjot Kaur, Raman Mittal and Anil Thakur. In their meeting with businessmen and traders of Kharar, AAP leaders Mahender Goyal, Anmol Gagan Maan, Raman Mittal and Anil Thakur were also present.

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