Trader conference in city helps give traders a vent to their woes

Lucknow: Under the aegis of Uttar Pradesh Adarsh ​​Vyapar Mandal, Sarojini Nagar Assembly Constituency, a big traders’ conference was organized at Laxman Nursery Ground in Sarojini Nagar, Gauri Bazar.

State president of the organization, Sanjay Gupta was present as the chief guest in the “business conference”.

Omprakash Sharma, the convener of the “business conference”, the head of reception, the state organization minister of the organization and the president of Sarojini Nagar assembly constituency, welcomed all the guests, raising the problems of the traders vigorously.
In the “Traders Conference”, the President of Gauri Bazar, Sarojini Nagar, Bijnor, Amausi, Hydel, Hind Nagar, Shanti Nagar and the officers and businessmen of the entire committee participated in the conference. Senior businessmen and journalists were also honored in the conference.

Addressing the “Traders Conference”, the organization’s state president Sanjay Gupta said that at present there are challenges in front of the traders, the traders are very much worried due to foreign e-commerce companies. He said that due to arbitrarily doing business by foreign e-commerce companies in violation of the rules and regulations of India, the business of the traders of the state is getting ruined and is on the verge of closure and many traders business has closed

He demanded to curb foreign e-commerce companies in Uttar Pradesh and in the country and make an e-commerce policy and demanded from the government in the country and the state to create an Indian portal on PPP model or by the government itself to compete with Amazon. So that traditional traders also get an opportunity to do business through e-commerce, he also raised the issue of GST. Trader leader Sanjay Gupta said that at present the traders are very upset due to the anomalies of the GST system, he said that due to the absence of State GST Tribunal, traders Has to go directly to the High Court, due to which the traders are facing a big problem, they demanded the formation of State GST Tribunal and also demanded to reduce the rates of commercial house and commercial electricity and mix land in the metros of the state. Demand to implement use policy

Business leader Sanjay Gupta appealed to the traders to be ready to fight unitedly to protect their interests and made them aware to raise their voice against the oppression. Said to collect the details of corrupt officials and make a list of them, the organization will fight, he also demanded the government to investigate the officials and take effective action on the complaints of the traders.

Om Prakash Sharma, president of Sarojini Nagar assembly constituency and state organization minister, convener of the business conference, raised the issue of temporary encroachment in the markets loudly while addressing the conference and promised to always stand together in the struggle with the traders.

Journalists were also honored in the conference and businessmen also enjoyed the hymns of Bhajan Samrat Kishore Chaturvedi in the conference.

State Senior Vice President of the organization Avinash Tripathi, State Vice President Pawan Jaiswal, State Treasurer Mohammad Afzal, District President Harjinder Singh, District General Secretary Vinod Singh, Sarojini Nagar Bazar President Shailendra Yadav Gauri Bazar President Vijay Yadav also addressed the conference. Patron Suresh Rawat, Dharmendra, President of Hind Nagar Adarsh ​​Vyapar Mandal Baldev Singh Lathi, Dr AK Singh, Dharmendra Singh, Vijay Singh Yadav, Ambuj Sharma, Shailendra Singh Yadav, Rajesh Bhadauria, Vishal, Dileep, Vismar Rastogi, Amit Jaiswal, Dayaram Office bearers of various markets including Yadav, Suresh Rawat, Satish Gupta, Suraj Pandey, Rajiv Raja, Umesh Jaiswal were present.

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