Delhi government consults with agencies to find locations to set up food truck markets


The Delhi government, in the first phase of implementing its food truck policy, has asked agencies to identify places where food truck markets can be developed in the city, like which exists in some Western countries, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Saturday.

The food truck markets will create a vibrant nightlife experience for city dwellers besides serving as a catalyst for Delhi’s nightlife economy, he said during a meeting to review plans announced in the budget for 2022-2023.

“Kejriwal government is working on a war footing to implement the programs announced in the Rozgar budget. ‘Europe, in order to rationalize the activities of food trucks in the city “, he mentioned.

The Delhi government has started working on the Rozgar budget programs in a phased manner by aligning with stakeholders and agencies to design and implement the policies, he said.

Several meetings are underway with them to understand their point of view and come up with an effective framework for the implementation of the programs, Sisodia said.

He said that in addition to giving the city an economic boost and creating new jobs, the government is also focusing on building a new identity for the historic city.

“We are focused on generating business by redeveloping existing markets, food hubs, establishing food truck markets, and much more. The idea is to provide a new experience for the people of Delhi as well as ‘to visitors,’ he said.

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