Increasing Tax after Tax
Please understand aam aadmi also watches movies, has cable tv at home. He also uses petrol and diesel.
Delhi Govt should find money that has been tax evaded rather than taxing the common man like this. Think again please. more
2. During Election it was no where said that the 50% reduction in Electricity Tariff would be only for the people who consumed electricity only up to 400 units.
3. Electricity Tariff has been raised by 4 to 6 % plus Service Tax.
4. Now after winning the election AAP has hiked rates of taxes in very many fields: Entertainment Tax, DTH Tax, Luxury Tax ( which includes food in any average restaurant) as stated above, and lastly a hefty vat petrol and diesel of more than 2 rupees per litre . Any raise in Diesel price is finally passed on to the general citizens in the form of more freight, cost of manufacturing etc.,
Whereas the Petroleum Companies had reduced the rates of petrol and Diesel @2/- per litre
two days back
4. Water Charges have been waived off for the people who consume less than 700 ltrs per day.
There is acute shortage of water in number of areas of Delhi. So when the water is not there what is the the use of waiver.
5. The Party has announced very ambitious Plans for Delhi for their term. However, the sources of revenue and their amounts have not been declared in the public domain.
The stands nothing to loose even if they are not able to meet the their targets, they would very conveniently pass on the buck to the Central Government led by BJP, arguing that the Centre has not met its (of AAP) demands
There is no perceptible change in the living conditions of Delhi people for the better, nor is there any visible signs, with lop sided administration.
Mr. Sanjay Datta has been quoted to say that India must have saved 24 billion American dollors due to longest glut of crude since 1997. You would please remember that about a few years back the crude had crossed $150 per barrel and it remained volatile for at least for a few months. The crude was reigning over $100 per barrel almost less than one year back. more