The new draft e commerce policy by the government will touch upon multiple aspects of the eCommerce business itself and has wide ranging consequences for all stakeholders involved. Understandably, there's a lot of debate, skepticism, on certain clauses of the policy. To make sense of all of these policy proposals and understand what is the right way to look at these circumstances. In this episode, we have Rajeev Mantri, investor, bestselling author and Managing Director at Navam Capital. He has appeared on many Bharatvaarta podcasts before, speaking about startups, policy, and related subjects. Joining him for the discussion is Rameesh Kailasam. He is the CEO of IndiaTech.org, a think tank and industry group setup to support Internet startups. Rameesh has over 2 decades of experience working with the industry and the government. He's also a regular columnist on Indian newspapers and appears on Indian television on policy discussions. We begin the episode by breaking down what the new reforms actually are, along with the overlap in jurisdictions between multiple ministries. Then, the guests deconstruct the effect of the proposed related party clause. They also addressed topics such as flash sales and deep discounting, redressal for grievances, and data protection. The guests also presented possible protection for small businesses and regulations for large players.