The Delhi government is on the lookout for potential locations for food truck hubs.

Delhi government investigating land parcels in area that could be used to build food truck hubs . Food truck industry could result in at least 15,000 new jobs, says Delhi government .

NEW DELHI (New Delhi): The Delhi government has started an investigation to find land parcels in the area that could be used to build food truck hubs.Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC) and land-owning companies have joined forces to inspect the land parcels under their jurisdiction where such markets could be established.Next week, the DTTDC, which has been given the task to devise a food truck strategy and set up the city's hubs, is expected to submit a report to the government.Officials said deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia had requested the departments to perform a quick survey of the parcels, investigate the feasibility of creating food truck hubs, and prepare a detailed report within ten working days at his last meeting to assess the progress made on various new schemes promised under the Rozgar Budget.

The representatives of various land-ownership organizations attended the meeting, along with officials from the departments of finance, planning, tourism, trade, and taxes, and gave a brief summary of their land clusters in the region.According to reports, the government should not take the properties that belong to the Delhi Development Authority and the New Delhi Municipal Council, which are under the central government's control.Delhi lacks this type of attitude unlike Mumbai, which is a 24-hour city that has dozens of places that are thronged even after midnight.According to a senior Delhi government official, the areas designated for the food truck hubs must also be surrounded by vegetation to ensure people can reach them without any inconvenience.

Between 8 p.m. and 2 p.m., the hubs will be operational.According to Sisodia, the food truck businesses will act as a catalyst in providing a vibrant nightlife experience to Delhi residents, as seen in countries such as the United States and Canada.