AAP wants financial aid in Punjab for cab drivers, small artists
He appealed to the Chief Minister to supply financial help of ₹5,000 to the taxi and auto drivers
Leader of Opposition in the Punjab Assembly Harpal Singh Cheema of Aam Aadmi Party on Thursday wrote a letter to Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh demanding to supply financial help on the strains of the Delhi authorities, to the taxi drivers, labourers, shopkeepers, small artists and different poor sections throughout the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
In a letter to the Chief Minister, Mr. Cheema said that the complete nation, together with Punjab, had been going by means of a tricky time for the final two years because of the pandemic.
“Delhi’s Arvind Kejriwal government had announced financial assistance of ₹5,000 for over 2.10 lakh labourers and 1.56 lakh drivers and other poor sections. In Punjab, various sections of people, including taxi drivers, labourers, small shopkeepers and artists have been going through a recession.”
Hence he appealed to the Chief Minister to supply financial help of ₹5,000 to the taxi and auto drivers together with the labourers in order that they might help their households.