Open markets in two layers, assign taxes and interest – Open markets in two layers, assign taxes and interest

A virtual store opening meeting was held on Monday by the Metropolitan Industries Business Committee. All regional organizations affiliated with the committee participated. Purvanchal Real State Association chairman Anuj Didwaniya and chairman RC Jain said the construction sector will not pick up until markets open. The markets should be split into two layers and opened. During the meeting, the traders made several important decisions and questioned the governance’s intent. Decided to have frequent meetings by May 28th.
Conservator Srinarayan Khemka said that if the deal closes, the government should give up all of our taxes and interest. Indian Industries Association and Small Industries Association President Rajesh Bhatia and Secretary Neeraj Parikh said the industry will have to shut down someday if the situation stays the same. Banaras Hotel Association President Gokul Sharma said our demands are not reaching the government in the right way. UR Singh, Vice President of the Varanasi Automobile Association, and Shailesh Jaiswal, President of the Kashi Readymade Garments Association, asked all city public officials to submit a memorandum to open all stores.
The shops will be open from Monday under duress
Ajit Singh Bagga, President of the Trade Committee and Secretary General Pramod Agrahari, said that if the local administration does not allow other stores to open until Thursday, we will voluntarily open stores from Monday. Ramesh Nirankari, Vishwanath Dubey, Ravinder Jaiswal, Arvind Lal, Ramesh Bhardwaj and other business people attended the meeting.
Permission to open all stores
Rakesh Jain, president of Akhil Bhartiya Udyog Vyapar Mandal, said the administration has been asked to allow all kinds of shops to open from left and right from 12pm to 6pm. On this occasion traders were present, Sanjay Jaiswal, Kailash Sahu, Ram Bharat Ojha, Rajesh Yadav, Narayan DK, Harish Kesari and Vinod Jaiswal.
Shops should be opened in two shifts
Officials from the Kashi business delegation also urged the administration to open all kinds of businesses. Traders said that stores of all stores should open two shifts from six to twelve in the morning and from one to seven in the evening. Rakesh Jain, Ravi Shankar Singh, Durga Prasad Gupta, Madan Mohan Aggarwal etc. attended the meeting.

A virtual store opening meeting was held on Monday by the Metropolitan Industries Business Committee. All regional organizations affiliated with the committee participated. Purvanchal Real State Association chairman Anuj Didwaniya and chairman RC Jain said the construction sector will not pick up until markets open. The markets should be split into two layers and opened. During the meeting, the traders made several important decisions and questioned the governance’s intent. Resolved that frequent meetings would be held by May 28th.

Conservator Srinarayan Khemka said that if the deal closes, the government should give up all of our taxes and interest. Indian Industries Association and Small Industries Association President Rajesh Bhatia and Secretary Neeraj Parikh said the industry will have to shut down someday if the situation stays the same. Banaras Hotel Association President Gokul Sharma said our demands are not reaching the government in the right way. UR Singh, Vice President of the Varanasi Automobile Association, and Shailesh Jaiswal, President of the Kashi Readymade Garments Association, asked all city public officials to submit a memorandum to open all stores.

The shops will be open from Monday under duress

Ajit Singh Bagga, President of the Trade Committee and Secretary General Pramod Agrahari, said that if the local administration does not allow other stores to open until Thursday, we will voluntarily open stores from Monday. Ramesh Nirankari, Vishwanath Dubey, Ravinder Jaiswal, Arvind Lal, Ramesh Bhardwaj and other business people attended the meeting.

Permission to open all stores

Rakesh Jain, president of Akhil Bhartiya Udyog Vyapar Mandal, said the administration has been asked to allow all kinds of shops to open from left and right from 12pm to 6pm. On this occasion traders were present, Sanjay Jaiswal, Kailash Sahu, Ram Bharat Ojha, Rajesh Yadav, Narayan DK, Harish Kesari and Vinod Jaiswal.

Shops should be opened in two shifts

Officials from the Kashi business delegation also urged the administration to open all kinds of businesses. Traders said that stores of all stores should open two shifts from six to twelve in the morning and from one to seven in the evening. Rakesh Jain, Ravi Shankar Singh, Durga Prasad Gupta, Madan Mohan Aggarwal etc. attended the meeting.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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