Talkatora Road to be named after Pt. Shyam Bihari Mishra

Lucknow: In a virtual meeting to pay tribute to senior business leader Pt. Shyam Bihari Mishra, who was the National President of Uttar Pradesh Udyog Vyapar Mandal, Lucknow Mayor Sanyukta Bhatia announced that the Talkatora Road will be  named after the senior businessman. She said that apart from the road an instersection too will be named after him.

Mukund Swaroop Mishra, son of the late Pt. Shyam Bihari Mishra was present on the occasion. The meeting was conducted by Yogendra Singh, Provincial Media In-charge.

There were calls for Lucknow’s Talkatora Road to be declared as Pt Shyam Bihari Mishra Road and a crossroads should also be named after him. Those calling for this renaming got full support from senior business entrepreneur and woman leader Reshu Bhatia and Mamta Jindal on which the mayor immediately gave the green signal.

Provincial President Mukund Swaroop Mishra said that at present the trader society is the most affected and exploited. They demanded to allow 4 hours of business in the morning and not cut the connection owing to pending dues in the lock-down.

Addressing the gathering, Mayor Sanyukta Bhatia said that late Pandit Shyam Bihari Mishra has been instrumental in improving the condition of the traders. I notice my husband late Satish Bhatia Ji when he was an MLA, Shyam Bihari Ji of the party was an MP and a good friend of late Bhatia Ji. When he came to Lucknow, he used to visit his house many times, I got an opportunity to meet him many times and learnt a lot. She said her husband along with the revered Pandit Shyam Bihari Mishra ji had fought many times for the interest of the traders. The revered Shyam Bihari ji spent his entire life in the struggle for the benefit of the merchant society. He is known for fighting the fight against the oppression of all traders, I salute him hundred times, it will be a matter of pride for me to name the road and the street after him.

I announce it and it will be implemented soon after being duly passed in the Executive of the Municipal Corporation. Speaking on the occasion, senior entrepreneur and businessman Reshu Bhatia said that late Pandit Shyam Bihari Mishra is called the Messiah of the business world due to the struggles in the interest of traders.

Reshu Bhatia further said that by ending 3/7 in his lifetime, stopping the survey of sales tax and VAT, he has worked to bring respect and prestige to the business and administration in the business society. He, along with my father-in-law late Satish Bhatia ji, played an important role in getting the traders free from the exploitation of Inspector Raj by fighting fiercely against Inspector Raj. He was the leader of the business society, so he has been the national president of the Board of Indian Trade for a long time and the State President of the Uttar Pradesh Industry Board of Uttar Pradesh, the entire Uttar Pradesh will not forget the struggles of Pandit Shyam Bihari Mishra.

All the members along with the Mayor present in the meeting paid homage to the late Pandit Shyam Bihari Mishra on the occasion of Merchant Martyr’s Day and the late Harish Agarwal, who was martyred on this day.

The meeting was mainly attended by business leader Reshu Bhatia, chairman Sumer Aggarwal, provincial media Yogendra Singh, city president Hari Aggarwal, general minister Amarnath Agarwal, youth leader Raman Mishra, women president Mamta Jindal, Chandrashekhar Agrawal, Sushil Jaiswal, general secretary Vinita Srivastava. Traders like Neelam Mishra, Sarita Sharma, Varsha Aggarwal, OP Singh, VP Srivastava, Nikhil Upadhyay, Shekhar Trivedi, Pintu Dixit, Rahul Singh and Yogendra Kumar were present.

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