Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Chairs High-Level Meeting to Review Delhi Government’s Shopping Festival Project


The tourism department presented a comprehensive plan of the initiative during the meeting, which was presided over by Kejriwal, who is also the chief minister, on Friday.

The local government’s ambitious retail festival proposal was made during the Rozgaar Budget.

According to the statement, plans are being made to hold Delhi’s first major retail event of its kind. The Tourism Department provided a thorough project layout at the meeting, according to the statement.

In order to draw more attendees from around the nation and the world, Kejriwal highlighted during the discussion that the festival should maintain an emphasis on the emotion and culture of Delhi.

After performing an examination of other shopping festivals held in other nations, it was also discussed how the government hopes to make this project a reality and present it to the world, it said.

In order to encourage customers to participate in the events, the government claimed it would promote both shopping and discounts during this festival.

The shopping festival will be planned with consideration for four key regions, it was decided in the meeting. The shopping festival will advertise discounts and giveaways as well as the promotion of arts, culture, food, and entertainment.

The festival will also result in a rise in revenue for the Delhi government and the employment of thousands of people, it continued.