Adarsh Vyapar Mandal’s state president Sanjay Gupta handed over a 15-point demand letter addressed to the Chief Minister to the District Magistrate.
To increase the business of Lucknow, make a holistic plan, the traders of the capital, the district administration will cooperate: District Magistrate
GST workshop will be organized to give complete information about GST to the traders of the capital and to make them skilled: District Magistrate
Lucknow: On Wednesday, July 6, under the chairmanship of the newly appointed District Magistrate Lucknow, the first meeting of the Vyapar Bandhu was held in the Collectorate, in which various business circles of the capital participated. In which various demands were included to increase the business of the traders of the state including Lucknow.
Under the leadership of business leader Sanjay Gupta, the office bearers of Adarsh Vyapar Mandal raised the issue of non-deposit of rent of the traders of Bhopal House, Lal Bagh by the Municipal Corporation, Sandeep Singh Gaur, President of Khazana Market, Ashiyana and General Secretary RKS Rathore in the meeting. Raised the issue of wrongful creation of vending zones in Market, Ashiana
Umesh Sanwal, President of Khurram Nagar raised the issue of increasing traffic jam at Khurram Nagar intersection due to police booth being installed at the wrong place. Giving a written complaint about the problem of business being affected due to departure and the officials of Khurram Nagar raised the issue of shifting the goat market near Kalyan Apartment.
Business leader Iqbal Hasan raised the issue of temporary encroachment of illegal furniture showroom on the road on the main road on Faizabad Road and raised the issue of water logging in Laxmanpuri market. demanded to be made
City Vice President Manish Jain raised the issue of arbitrariness of the Labor Department. Business leader Sanjay Gupta handed over a 15-point memorandum to the Chief Minister to the District Magistrate to take forward the policy issues in the Vyapam Bandhu meeting.
The District Magistrate, Lucknow, promised all kind of cooperation to the traders in the meeting of Vyapar Bandhu and appealed to the traders to make a holistic plan to increase the business of Lucknow, the district administration will cooperate fully.
In the meeting, the District Magistrate talked about organizing a workshop of GST soon to make the traders of the capital understand the nuances of GST and assured to prepare a platform for the traders to get loans from banks and through the meeting of Vyayam Bandhu, the policy will reach the government. Said to make a strong medium of reaching the subjects
State President of Uttar Pradesh Adarsh Vyapar Mandal Sanjay Gupta, State Treasurer Mohammad Afzal, Vice President Iqbal Hasan, Bhootnath Market President Kamal Aggarwal, Senior Vice President Rajesh Saxena, City Vice President Manish Jain, General Secretary Vijay Kanojia, Treasurer Market President Sandeep Singh Gaur, General Secretary RKS Rathore, Prince Market President Mohammad Halim and many office bearers of Adarsh Vyapar Mandal were involved.