100 traders join UP Adarsh Vyapar Mandal


Ayodhya: Traders of Sahara Trade Center, a major automobile market located on Ayodhya Road, decided to join Uttar Pradesh Adarsh Vyapar Mandal to solve their problems by organizing a program in Sahara Trade Center Market, 100 traders took membership of Uttar Pradesh Adarsh Vyapar Mandal.

State President of Uttar Pradesh Adarsh Vyapar Mandal, Sanjay Gupta, gave membership to the traders and welcomed everyone into the Adarsh Vyapar Mandal family.

Speaking on this occasion, he said that Adarsh Vyapar Mandal will cooperate to solve the problems of all the traders issues of Sahara Trade Center and will always be ready to protect their dignity.

Senior business leader of Sahara Trade Center Raju Jaiswal said that next week a grand swearing-in ceremony of the new executive officers will be organized and by organizing a business conference, the problems of the businessmen will be raised prominently.

“We demand that political parties should include these demands in their election manifesto,” he said.

“Time has come for the political parties to solve the problems of the traders so that they do not feel neglected. Votes  will play a decisive role in this election as there are more than one crore traders in Uttar Pradesh,” Gupta said and added that major political parties should not neglect traders any more.

Gupta said that  the Adarsh Vyapar Mandal did an awareness campaign to educate as to whom to vote. They said that they will support only that party in the  elections which will solve their problems.

Interestingly, earlier this year, on the occasion of National Voters’ Day, traders under the banner of Uttar Pradesh Adarsh Vyapar Mandal took oath  to make voting mandatory in every election. State president of the organization Sanjay Gupta administered the oath of compulsory voting to many businessmen of the capital Lucknow. On this occasion, Sanjay Gupta said that the right to vote is the biggest weapon that the people have in democracy. In such a situation, the weapon of voting rights must be used.

He further said that the traders will have to vote as traders without dividing on the basis of caste and religion in the elections and will have to establish themselves as a strong “trader vote bank”, only then the problems of the traders will be solved and the governments will easily listen to the traders. Will listen. By using votes in elections, businessmen along with their family members should be seen as a strong business vote bank.

In the oath taking program, City General Secretary Amit Aggarwal, City General Secretary Sanjeev Jain, City Senior Vice President Amitabh Srivastava, City Vice President Mohammad Adil, Vice President Himanshu Rastogi, Arvind Srivastava, Trans Gomti Senior Vice President Brahma Prakash Awasthi, Ajay Jaiswal, Anurag Chaurasia, Jitendra Nakara, Iqbal, Trans Gomti Mahila Unit President Mrs. Anjali Morya, Senior Vice President Mrs. Ritu Singh, Devendra Bhateja, Pradeep Bhateja, Jaiprakash, Mohsin, Ramkrishna Sharma, Gopal Krishna Sharma, Salim Ahmed, Sewakram, Munshipulia President Deepak Chauhan, Ashish Sharma, Chander Nagar President Manmohan Singh. Moni, Prince Complex President Mohammad Halim, Treasurer Ravi, Lovelane Market Treasurer Mohammad Ghaus Ahmed etc. businessmen were present.


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