The Delhi CM announced that the Kamla Nagar, Khari Baoli, Lajpat Nagar, Sarojini Nagar, and Kirti Nagar markets will be redeveloped to make them “world-class.”
Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, made major announcements about the capital’s five major markets on Monday. He said the Delhi markets of Kamla Nagar, Khari Baoli, Lajpat Nagar, Sarojini Nagar, and Kirti Nagar will be redeveloped to make them “world class.” On June 13, Kejriwal made the announcement in a video address.
According to Kejriwal, Delhi has many well-known markets, each with its own personality and story to tell. He estimates that there are about three and a half lakh shops in Delhi, and about eight lakh people work there.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted a video of his live speech, saying, “The markets of Delhi will now progress as a result of their new identity. Important announcement regarding Delhi’s major markets.” You can see it here:
The Delhi government plans to turn Gandhi Nagar Market into a garment hub.
The reconstruction plan will be finalised through a design competition, according to CM Kejriwal. As part of the Delhi government’s effort, markets will be beautified and civic amenities will be improved, resulting in increased foot traffic and business.
The Delhi government has also recently announced a phased transformation of the Gandhi Nagar textile market into a garment hub.
While Phase I will focus on basic services such as public restrooms, drinking water, streetlights, and CCTV cameras, Phase II will see the government focus on urban planning and architecture, as well as national and international marketing of the area.