Lucknow: Under the leadership of Provincial President of Uttar Pradesh Adarsh Vyapar Mandal, Sanjay Gupta, traders from different markets of the capital raised the problems prominently in “Vyapari Mangal Divas”. Traders raised the issue of encroachment in Charbagh, Bhootnath, markets. The mayor appealed for a swift solution to the problem.
The Traders’ Mangal Day was organized in the Municipal Corporation, in which Mayor was present. Traders reached in large numbers to solve their problems. Business leader Sanjay Gupta complained to the mayor about the re-encroachment in Bhootnath market, Adarsh Vyapar Mandal’s city general secretary and cantt in-charge Mohit Kapoor gave a letter for Alambagh market to make public toilets, arrangement of drinking water and Municipal Corporation.
Expressing indignation at the lifting of two-wheelers by the Municipal Corporation in Alambagh market, complained and demanded to stop the immediate action, saying that this is causing huge inconvenience to the customers and adversely affecting the business.
The office bearers of Ring Road Adarsh Vyapar Mandal gave a letter to clean the drain passing through the Ring Road market. Senior business leaders of Charbagh Surendra Sharma, Shyam Singh Vasudev Kalra complained of increased encroachment again in Charbagh.
The mayor ordered to solve the problems of all the traders and he said that once the encroachment is removed by the Municipal Corporation, it is the responsibility of the local police, but on the complaint of the traders, the encroachment will be removed again.
Nirala Nagar businessman and city vice-president of Adarsh Vyapar Mandal, Rohit Jaiswal, demanded the installation of stones on the top of the drain in Nirala Nagar.
Lucknow General Secretary Sanjay Trivedi, Lucknow General Secretary Mohit Kapoor, Charbagh senior business leader Surendra Sharma, Vasudev Kalra, Shyam Singh, Trans Gomti Senior Vice President Brahm Prakash Awasthi, Raju Rastogi, Mohammad Irfan, Rohit Jaiswal Sudhir Kesarwani Devraj Arora along with large number of merchants were present.