On 18th anniversary of Uttar Pradesh Adarsh ​​Vyapar Mandal, traders demand rights be fulfilled

Kanpur: On the occasion of the 18th anniversary of the Uttar Pradesh Adarsh ​​Vyapar Mandal, the traders called for the rights in the “trader convention” organized in Kanpur.

Traders handed over demand letter addressed to Prime Minister and Chief Minister to Union Minister Kaushal Kishor The progress of the nation is not possible without the progress of traders said Sanjay Gupta.

If you want to save your business, then the traders themselves should stop online shopping said Union Minister Kaushal Kishor. Will introduce the delegation of Adarsh ​​Vyapar Mandal to the Chief Minister and bring the matter of traders to the Chief Minister said Kaushal Kishor.

On the occasion of the 18th foundation day of the organization by Uttar Pradesh Adarsh ​​Vyapar Mandal, “Traders Convention” was organized at Allen House Institute located in  ​​Kanpur, Union Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India,  and the world famous poet Padma Shri Dr. Sunil Jogi was present as a special guest. Traders gave a 15-point demand letter addressed to the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister to the Union Minister of State in the business conference.

In the convention, the issue of foreign e-commerce companies severely disrupting the business of retail sector traders arose hotly and business leader Sanjay Gupta said in his address that without the progress of traders, the progress of the nation is not possible, business leader Sanjay Gupta Advocated for setting up of Merchant NITI Aayog, setting up of indigenous e-commerce portal on PPP model at the central and state level to compete with foreign e-commerce companies, he said to compete with foreign e-commerce companies and promote their business. In order to save the traders themselves, they will have to adopt e-commerce mode.

In the convention, the issue of reducing the rates of commercial house tax, justifying the rates of commercial electricity and keeping the shopkeepers who have not taken water connections from water tax was also raised. Promising to bring the matter of the traders in front of the Chief Minister, while talking about the meeting, the traders themselves took a pledge to stop online shopping and not to use intoxicants in their lives.
State Treasurer of the organization Mohammad Afzal, State Senior Vice President Avinash Tripathi, Vice President Dharmendra Gupta, Lucknow Trans Gomti President Anirudh Nigam, Chairman Ashok Yadav Women’s Unit President Smt. Anila Agarwal, State Organization Minister Om Prakash Sharma (Lucknow), State Organization Minister Piyush Shukla (Hardoi,), State Organization Minister Santosh Gupta (Khaga Fatehpur), also addressed the convention, officials and businessmen of various districts including capital Lucknow were present in large numbers.

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