Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday launched the DVAT MSewa Application, a mobile phone app, through which traders can register with the VAT department. He said the app will ensure the instantaneous registration of business and will ensure end of the ‘inspector Raj’. Also Read - Top 5 free Android apps on Google Play store this weekAlso Read - 10 most downloaded mobile games in 2021 so far
“In the last one year, a number of steps have been taken to end inspector raj, make doing business a pleasant experience and resolve problems faced by the trader community,” Kejriwal said. Also Read - 10 most downloaded mobile apps in 2021 so far: TikTok, Facebook, WhatsApp, more
A Delhi government statement said that the app will help total 41,000 pending requests waiting registration. The government also announced that it will soon start a special 24×7 helpline number – 155055 – backed by a professionally managed call centre to facilitate start of a new business and resolve problems of registered dealers.