DELHI:EROS TIMES: A delegation of the Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (DICCI) called on the Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, on Tuesday December 4 at his official residence.
During the meeting with the CM and SC/ST & Social Welfare Minister Rajendar Pal Gautam discussions were held on creating more business opportunities for the Dalit community in Delhi.
The founder chairman of DICCI Milind Kamble led the delegation.
The Chief Minister asked them to support and help the government in creating more business opportunities for the members of the Dalit community in Delhi.
“We must come up with more ideas to create good business opportunities for the Dalit community.
It would be a great way to create more opportunities for them to be financially strong.
I urge you to please come up with ideas on the lines.
Delhi Government will do whatever required to create such opportunities,” said the Chief Minister.
The issue of septic tank cleaning was also discussed by the delegation with the Chief Minister.
New techniques of cleaning the septic tank, which were more modern was discussed.
The delegation told that they were undertaking a new method for cleaning septic tanks and would like to show the Government of Delhi.
The Chief Minister was affirmative to the suggestion and said that a representative of the Delhi Government would visit to see the new method being used in Warangal.
DICCI also suggested new methods for solid waste management to the Chief Minister. They said that once they start the pilot project of the plant for solid waste management they would inform the Delhi government for a visit to see the plant.
“We are open to new and modern ideas, we want the best practices to be implemented in the city in these areas.
Please keep coming back to us with new ideas so that we can brainstorm on them and implement the best ones in Delhi,” the Chief Minister told the delegation.