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Laghu Udyog Bharati holds working committee meet; nominates sector incharges
4/5/2024 11:40:36 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Apr 5: Laghu Udyog Bharati Jammu and Kashmir convened a significant working committee meeting in Jammu here today, chaired by National Vice President & Prabhari J&K, Anju Bajaj, and National Vice President, Arvind Dhumal. The meeting, organized under the leadership of Laghu Udyog Bharati Jammu and Kashmir State President, Parveen Pargal, saw the participation of Laghu Udyog Bharati J&K Former State President Rajinder Gupta, State Senior Vice President Dinesh Gupta, State Vice President Adv. Ishant Gupta, State Vice President Mukul Mahajan, State General Secretary Aagam Jain, State Treasurer Pranav Gupta (CA), as well as executive and working committee members. The primary agenda of the meeting was to bolster the organization's presence across Jammu and Kashmir.
During the meeting, Various organizational appointments were nominated to oversee specific domains, including Pooja Gupta as State Convenor for Women Wing, and Kashyap Mahajan as Convenor for Kathua whereas Sector Incharges were also nominated including Rajesh Gupta for Garam Shilpi, Aayush Mahajan for Utpad Samuh, Rajesh Jain & Rajinder Gupta for Power, Adv. Ishant Gupta for Mass Communication, Dinesh Gupta for Banking, Parveen Pargal for Labour, Pooja Gupta for Women Work, Pranav Gupta (CA) & Adv. Ishant Gupta for Taxation, Parveen Pargal for MSME, Deepak Gupta & Pranav Gupta (CA) for R&D, Startup and Innovation, Rajinder Gupta & Parveen Pargal for Seminar Workshop & Events, Aman Sharma for Environment, Aagam Jain for Trade Fair & Exhibitions, Pranav Gupta (CA) for Coordination with other organisations, Adv. Ishant Gupta for Udyog Times, Anil Gupta & Ajay Singh for Pharmaceuticals, Virender Jain, Vikram Gupta & Tarsem Gupta for Plastic Udyog, Rakesh Gupta & Mukul Mahajan for Skill Development, Aagam Jain for Food and Beverage, and Anil Suri for Agro Sector.
The meeting fostered an interactive session between dignitaries and working committee members, addressing various grievances related to industry and MSMEs. Discussions encompassed issues such as Purchase Preference, Land for New Industrial Estates, Survival of existing industries, incentives, GST-related issues, among others.
Anju Bajaj emphasized the importance of thorough research and detailed presentations on the top three grievances for swift redressal through Laghu Udyog Bharati's platform. She also urged for the expansion and strengthening of organisations across J&K.
Arvind Dhumal assured full support to represent the grievances at the appropriate platform for the early redressal and advocated for regular monthly meetings to address industry-related challenges.
Parveen Pargal highlighted that Laghu Udyog Bharati is the largest national level organisation working for the welfare and upliftment of MSMEs and encouraged industrialists of Jammu and Kashmir to join hands for collective progress.
The meeting's proceedings were efficiently managed by Aagam Jain, with a vote of thanks extended by Adv. Ishant Gupta. Abhay Pargal RSS Saksham National Joint General Secretary and Former MLC Vikram Randhawan were the prominent who present and grace the occasion.
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