Arvind Kejriwal Launches AAP’s Trade and Industry Manifesto in Ludhiana

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal  with AAP leaders releasing  "FARMERS AND FARM LABOURERS Manifesto " for Punjab elections at Baghapurana in Moga on Sunday Sept.11 2016.Express Photo by Gurmeet singh

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal with AAP leaders releasing “FARMERS AND FARM LABOURERS Manifesto ” for Punjab elections at Baghapurana in Moga on Sunday Sept.11 2016.Express Photo by Gurmeet singh

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday unveiled a 21-point Trade and Industry Manifesto here, promising that the state will have the lowest tax rate in five years. In an attempt to lure business class, the AAP’s ‘Trade and Industry’ manifesto promised that the tax regime would be simplified and made transparent; VAT and other taxes will be reduced on Delhi pattern, and in five years, Punjab will have the lowest tax rate; beside, one-time settlement of pending tax related cases and VAT refund to be expedited. Five-year tax holidays to encourage women entrepreneurs.
Taking a jibe at Aam Aadmi Party as war-of-words escalates ahead of Punjab election, state Congress chief Amarinder Singh on Sunday said AAP’s industry manifesto was a “theatrical gimmick” which “lacked substance” and “was silent on several key issues”. Commenting on the manifesto released by AAP on Sunday, Singh said: “Bereft of any real understanding of issues facing the state’s industry, Arvind Kejriwal has simply picked some of the promises made by the Punjab Congress.” The manifesto has ignored certain vital issues of the industry that has hit a all-time low in the Badal regime, he claimed.

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