Traders seek respect from GST officials

Bankers’ indifference killing ‘Aatmanirbhar’

Telangana BJP chief slams TRS govt for unemployment

HYDERABAD, Jan 10 (The CONNECT) – Traders want simplification of GST filing system and seek respectful treatment from the tax officials.

Traders also want a proactive approach from banks as the latter’s indifferent attitude, has dented the government’s Atmanirbhar Yojana. 

Builders want price control on cement and steel, travel agents want entry-level license system as a lot of fly by night operators entering the trade and taking customers for a ride. 

These any many other issues affecting the trader community have come to the fore during a virtual meeting that Telangana BJP president Bandi Sanjay had with The Telangana State Federation of Chamber of Commerce & Trade (TSFCCT).

The members of the Federation deal in 29 major trades such as textiles, readymade garments, hotels, footwear, hardware, electricals, electronics, jewelery, automobile spare parts, mobile phones, medial, vegetables, kirana and groceries. There are 11 lakh traders in Telangana. They are comprised of large, medium and small.

Traders also sought central reliefs on the lines of the MSME package and income Tax concessions for next three years as 83% of the trader community is facing problems, said Prakash Ammanabolu, President of TSFCCT.

 Sanjay promised to arrange a video conference with respective Union Ministers to try and resolve their problems. 

He however found fault with the state government which he said failed badly in creating a conducive environment to for industries to be set up in the State. The state has 34% unemployment as against the national 21%, he said.

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