Try putting license renewal on automatic mode, says mayor-elect Bhargav
Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Mayor-elect Pushyamitra Bhargav said he would try to eliminate the issue of license renewals. It will try to put it into auto-renewal mode.
Bhargav said this while launching the municipal chapter of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Deputies here on Saturday. He expressed the hope that industry associations based in the city and nearby would get cooperation in launching the Indore chapter of the federation. He added. “Anything I can do for the industries through my efforts, I will definitely do. I will do my best to eliminate the problem of renewal of permits that comes to Municipal Corporation industries and I will spare no effort to have it renewed automatically.
Earlier, Bhargav inaugurated the municipal chapter of the federation in a ceremony held at Jaal Auditorium. Dr Radhasharan Goswami said, “The purpose of starting our chapter here is that we are all working with the association to overcome the industries issues. He explained in detail the various problems of the industries and said that there were major problems that should be solved immediately; the issue of industrial card approval and license renewal are the main ones.
Akhilesh Rathi, co-chairman of the federation, said the cluster approach is growing in Madhya Pradesh and for this there is a lot of potential in the state. Rathi said that it was not possible to establish industry in other states with small investments, so industries should work for industrial development in the state itself.
The federation’s vice president, Deepak Sharma, said a lot has changed in the country in the past and in the present. It is a “New India” in which young people are actively involved in nation building. Due to this, industries in the state are also getting new leadership and the city is playing a major role in this.
On this occasion, the vice-president of the federation CB Malpani, Himanshu Shah, Virendra Kumar Porwal, Kailash Agrawal and Pritamlal Dua from the Malwa Chambers of Commerce; Ajit Narang and Pramod Dafaria from the Association of MP Industries (AIMP); Alok Dave and Himashu Shah from Madhya Pradesh Drug Manufacturers Association and Amit Chawla, Ashok Patel, Yogesh Goyal, Vijay Gaur, Surendra Vishwakarma and more than 150 industrialists and industry organizations were in attendance.
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