200 Delhi Businesses Have Received Open-Air Dining Licenses, According to a Civic Body

200 restaurants and eateries in Delhi have been granted licenses to do open-air dining in terraces and open spaces attached to them . The Municipal Corporation of Delhi accepted applications by Restaurants and Eateries to enable them to do Open Air Dining in terraces and open spaces attached to them .

According to the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, 200 establishments, including restaurants and eateries throughout the Capital, have been granted licenses to enable them to do open-air dining in terraces and open spaces attached to them, according to a statement by MCD.In less than a week, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi accepted applications by Restaurants and Eateries to enable them to do Open Air Dining in terraces and open spaces attached to them, and the remaining 45 were for terrace dining, according to the statement.The Committee submitted its report in 15 days, after which the MCD began accepting applications for open-air dining.The LG, who has since assumed office, continued to insist on making improvements that would improve economic growth, employment growth, and the Night Time Economy.

His focus has been on creating a faceless and online interface between operators and consumers to reduce intimidation and corruption, as well as ensuring safety through appropriate law and order.These processes and requirements were often found to be inefficient, overly rigid, coercive, and discretionary.They often resulted in allegations of discrimination and corruption, which has resulted in the fact that Delhis Hospitality Industry has yet to reach its full potential, unlike other Global and Indian Cities, but it should also act as a major boost to the Night Time Economy, resulting in more jobs and employment growth.

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