In the case of non-registration under the Shop Act, the shopkeepers of ITI area will submit a memorandum to the DC in the name of the CM under the banner of Udyog Vyapar Mandal, against the summons received from the court. This decision was taken in a meeting held outside the shops late on Wednesday evening. Many businessmen said that they had voted for their bright future, but the government has betrayed them by not giving us facilities and facilities. The shopkeepers said that the government should have promoted the re-implementation of the Shop Act after the Corona period.
But by not adopting the prescribed procedure, the Labor Inspector fulfilled his duty by sending the workers to some shops only while fulfilling the requirement. After this, summons were sent to the traders from the criminal court. Along with heavy fines, the government has started charging hefty fees from the shopkeepers. Business leader Mahendra Mittal said that this is sheer injustice and it should be opposed.
Mandal’s district in-charge Sandeep Gandhi said that the government would have waived the loans and interest of the business class after the Karona period. Bagga, the newly appointed head of ITI area, said that despite the registration of his shop, the summons was sent. Udyog Vyapar Mandal Haryana will agitate against it. A memorandum will also be submitted to the DC in the name of the Chief Minister.
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