Now when the party is going to enjoy the power for the next five years, after getting a clear cut majority, the time has come to deliver what has been promised to the MSME sector. But what are those few things that the SME sector wants to be looked at priority?
Rajiv Chawla, president of Faridabad Small Industries Association says that the government should remove bottlenecks from the business.
"The NDA government should reduce paper work and simplify labour laws and taxation. The new government should provide incentive and support R&D production and exports for the SME sector," said Chawla.
Gurgaon Udyog Association's president, Praveen Yadav expects flexible policies for business environment and focus on infrastructure development.
"Electricity is a great problem that SME sector faces, which not only affects manufacturing and production, it stands as a hurdle before the MSME sector. Electricity is a basic need for MSME sector and the new government must keep an close eye over the issue," said Yadav.
Apart from these, Yadav expects simplification in the taxation system and demands GST taxation system to be imposed by the Modi government. He also expects smooth transportation and export for the SME sector.
V.P. Bajaj, president, Gurgaon Industries Association says that change is always good and the new government has come with full mandate. He said that SME sector's expectations are high from the BJP government.
"Manpower crisis and management is a great problem for SME sector, the government must look after the labour laws and simplify it. As the law is more in labours' favour, they work as they wish to, which puts the company in loss. And we hope the new BJP government will treat the SME sector well and work in favour of the sector," said Chawla.