GoI Letters relating Street Vending

Title: Letter to Chief Secretaries of all states regarding non-harassment of Street Vendors

Title: DGP and IGPs – prevent harassment of Street Vendors

Title: Reopening Street Markets in Delhi – DDMA

Letter: Bihar- Direction

Title: Charges for the registration on the PMSVANidhi portal decided by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (Government of India).

Letter: GoI- Direction- Allowing Street Vendors to sale Essential Items during lockdown

Title – Receipt of receiving letter by the CM of Bihar to Mr.Rakesh Tripathy  for raising the problems faced by the street vendors during lockdown.

Title: To make a list/survey so that ration could be made available to the Families without ration card or with older ration card during the Covid-19.

Title: Issuing letter of Recommendation to Street Vendors for availing loan under PMSVANidihi scheme.

Letter: Bihar Guideline (PMSVANidhi) Letter No-1132

Title: Letter to Chief Secretaries of all states regarding non-harassment of Street Vendors

Title: DGP and IGPs – prevent harassment of Street Vendors

Title: Reopening Street Markets in Delhi – DDMA

Letter: Bihar- Direction

Title: Charges for the registration on the PMSVANidhi portal decided by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (Government of India).

Letter: GoI- Direction- Allowing Street Vendors to sale Essential Items during lockdown

Title – Receipt of receiving letter by the CM of Bihar to Mr.Rakesh Tripathy  for raising the problems faced by the street vendors during lockdown.

Title: To make a list/survey so that ration could be made available to the Families without ration card or with older ration card during the Covid-19.

Title: Issuing letter of Recommendation to Street Vendors for availing loan under PMSVANidihi scheme.

Letter: Bihar Guideline (PMSVANidhi) Letter No-1132

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