The national association of street vendors of India has shown severe discontent and disappointment, towards the new Model scheme formulated by the Government of Delhi, pertaining to the regulation and protection of the street vendors spread out throughout the city.

This Bill has several provisions to protect livelihood, social security and human rights of more than ten million urban street vendors who had been facing several barriers and onslaughts of the municipal bodies and the police across cities and towns of India. If this Model Scheme is being implemented, these vendors will be hugely disappointed and feel let down by the government.

NASVI sincerely hopes things are corrected at the earliest before it is too late and the harm is done and expects that a swift action would be taken by the government with NASVI’s due consultation at the earliest so that the vendors are not deprived of their due rights.

 

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