Amid the ongoing sealing drive in the city, the standing committee of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) today decided to give a relief of "three months" to traders to pay the conversion charges, officials said.
The panel convened a special meeting in view of the drive being conducted on the instruction of a Supreme Court- montoring committee.
It was decided that a three-month relief be given to traders, who have to pay their conversion charges, the official said.
The standing committee also resolved that even if a sealing is to be done, a "window of 48 hours" must be given to a trader, to at least collect his belongings and other things, he said.
There has to be an immediate provision to pay the converges charges online, it said.
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