Aligarh News – Laghu Udyog Bharti is not in favor of adding retailers to MSME

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Retailers and wholesalers have been granted MSME status, but Laghu Udyog Bharti is not in favor. The officials of Laghu Udyog Bharti have presented the Minister of State for MSMEs, the government of Uttar Pradesh, with a memorandum demanding that the decision be reconsidered.
Minister of State for MSME Chaudhary Udaybhan Singh came to Aligarh on Wednesday. The district president of Laghu Udyog Bharati, Gaurav, also reached Mittal’s factory in Talanagri and interacted with the entrepreneurs. Laghu Udyog Bharti officials called for a reconsideration of the central government’s decision to grant retail and wholesale companies MSME status. A related memorandum was also presented to the Minister of State. Gaurav Mittal said MSMEs already lack adequate facilities. With the new decision of the central government, business areas are included. As a result, the loan amount will be divided and the economic problem of micro and small industry will increase. It will have negative effects in the future. He said that because of the announced policies, concepts such as Make in India, Vocal for Local and Self-reliant India will have an impact. Ajay Patel, Prahlad Singh Chauhan, Tarun Saxena, Neeraj Agarwal etc. were present on this occasion.

Retailers and wholesalers have been granted MSME status, but Laghu Udyog Bharti is not in favor. The officials of Laghu Udyog Bharti have presented the Minister of State for MSMEs, the government of Uttar Pradesh, with a memorandum demanding that the decision be reconsidered.

Minister of State for MSME Chaudhary Udaybhan Singh came to Aligarh on Wednesday. The district president of Laghu Udyog Bharati, Gaurav, also reached Mittal’s factory in Talanagri and interacted with the entrepreneurs. Laghu Udyog Bharti officials called for a reconsideration of the central government’s decision to grant retail and wholesale companies MSME status. A related memorandum was also presented to the Minister of State. Gaurav Mittal said MSMEs already lack adequate facilities. With the new decision of the central government, business areas are included. As a result, the loan amount will be divided and the economic problem of micro and small industry will increase. It will have negative effects in the future. He said that because of the announced policies, concepts such as Make in India, Vocal for Local and Self-reliant India will have an impact. Ajay Patel, Prahlad Singh Chauhan, Tarun Saxena, Neeraj Agarwal etc. were present on this occasion.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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