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UP MSME sector meets Kalraj Mishra under the aegis of IIA
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) entrepreneurs from Uttar Pradesh have appealed union MSME minister Kalraj Mishra for the resolution of issues that have griped the sector for a long time. The state's MSME sector is home to over 3 million such units.

A delegation of state's MSME sector met Mishra in New Delhi under the aegis of Indian Industries Association and brought out their long pending demands concerning taxation, credit, etc. before him, as reported by Business Standard.

Mishra belongs to UP and was elected to the Parliament from Deoria constituency in eastern UP in the recent Lok Sabha polls. He has served as a minister in UP assembly before and a veteran grass root politician. The state's SME industry is highly optimistic that his ministry will surely solve out their problems.

IIA president Pramod Miglani presented an overview of MSME and the contribution of the sector to Indian economy and UP in the meeting. Chamber's General Secretary Neeraj Singhal described before the minister about IIA's contribution towards MSMEs since 1985 and what steps has been taken to solve out the teething problems of the sector.

After the meeting with MSME minister, IIA divisional chairman Prasshant Bhatiya said, “Kalraj Mishra has assured IIA that the Centre was supportive of enhancing the competitiveness of the sector for a large contribution to the nation's economic growth.”



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