In crucial Vanijya Bandhu meeting, DM Surya Pal Gangwar hears traders out
Lucknow: In the meeting of “Vanijya Bandhu” the District Magistrate encouraged the businessmen of Lucknow to take a strong leap in the industry. He made people aware of the possibilities to set up industry by forming groups of their respective trade community.
There are strong possibilities of growth of industry in Lucknow, traders should take advantage of the policies of the government said the District Magistrate. Seizing the opportunity, Uttar Pradesh Adarsh Vyapar Mandal raised the problems of traders of the capital in the meeting of Vanijya Bandhu. Heading the Adarsh Vyapar Mandal, Sanjay Gupta said that they will make the traders of the capital aware to set up small industrial units.
Giving Instructions to all the traders the District Magistrate said :-
1. Every month meeting will be held with business representatives of business boards in Municipal Corporation and Lucknow Development Authority to solve the problems of traders.
2. Illegal encroachment will be removed from Bhootnath market
3. The works of Smart City will be completed by making a road map, feedback will also be taken from the office bearers of local trade boards at the regional level.
4. Under the chairmanship of the District Magistrate, there will be a regular monthly meeting of the Commerce Bandhu.
5. If the landlord does not deposit the house tax, then the tenant shopkeeper will be able to deposit the house tax of the shop he is using in the ID of the landlord.
In the Collectorate Auditorium, the meeting of Vanijya Bandhu was organized under the chairmanship of District Magistrate, Lucknow Suryapal Gangwar. Office bearers of various business circles of the capital participated in the meeting which included the Uttar Pradesh Adarsh Vyapar Mandal Provincial President Sanjay Gupta, District MagistrateSurya Pal Gangwar.
In the context of the Investors Summit, the District Magistrate Lucknow also encouraged the businessmen of the capital to form a group and set up industries related to their trade, and taught them the tricks of increasing business and motivated them to set up industries.
He said that the district administration will help the businessmen in every possible way and everyone together will be able to take Lucknow forward. He said that there are many possibilities of industry in Lucknow and there are many policies of the government, which traders can take advantage of. State President of Adarsh Vyapar Mandal Sanjay Gupta promised his cooperation to the District Magistrate in making traders aware to set up industrial units in Lucknow.
In the meeting, Uttar Pradesh Adarsh Vyapar Mandal President Sanjay Gupta, Senior Vice President Avinash Tripathi, State Treasurer Mohammad Afzal, Trans Gomti President Anirudh Nigam prominently raised the problems of various markets of the capital.
General Secretary of Bhootnath Market Manoj Aggarwal and Vice President Rajesh Saxena again complained about illegal temporary encroachment in Bhootnath Market, on which the District Magistrate directed the Municipal Commissioner and Additional Municipal Commissioner to resolve immediately, in addition to this, the Municipal Corporation in Khazana Market Ashiana in the meeting.
While re-reviewing the vending zone created by, talked about shifting the welding zone elsewhere and complained about the anarchist elements openly drinking alcohol in their vehicles in Khazana Market Ashiana, District Magistrate asked DCP Central Aparna Rajat Kaushik present in the meeting to take prompt action.
In the meeting, Kapurthala Adarsh Vyapar Mandal officials Brahm Prakash Awasthi and Raju Rastogi demanded public toilets for traders in Kapurthala and repair of bad roads around Gunge Nawab Park, Pratap Market, Aminabad and Gauri Bazar in Sarojini Nagar.
The problem of water logging due to non-cleaning of the drain and leaving the drain open while cleaning the drain in front of Mahindra Workshop on Vivekananda Road in Nirala Nagar. Complaining about the demand for re-installation of the removed stones, the District Magistrate directed all the problems to the concerned authorities.