Merchants will also be declared as frontline workers… For Stalin, Vickramarajah’s request!
Kallakurichi: Vickramarajah has requested the Tamil Nadu government to declare traders as front field workers.
The 59th Annual General Body Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce was held at Ulundurpettai, Kallakurichi District. More than 200 businessmen attended the public meeting
Ulundurpettai legislator Manikkannan and Tamil Nadu Chamber of Commerce state president Vickramarajah were also present at the meeting. The meeting discussed the impact of corona on livelihoods by traders and the impact of online trading on traders.
Dominance of online commerce
Speaking to reporters following this, Vickramarajah said: – Online businesses have been greatly accelerated during the Korana ban. Online commerce is everywhere. Online trading has a serious impact on direct business.
Should be banned
Merchants are greatly affected by online commerce. Make a decision as soon as possible in the matter of online trading. Therefore, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu should take immediate action to ban online businesses. To protect merchants
Merchants have done various favors to the public during the corona curfew. They have provided home-grown groceries to the public. Therefore, the traders should also be declared as front field workers and Rs 10 lakh relief should be provided to the families of the traders who died due to the Corona infection.
If petrol and diesel are brought within the GST limit, prices will be controlled: Vickramarajah
Coimbatore: Bringing fuels including petrol and diesel within the GST limit would be the right way to control the rise in prices, said Vickramarajah, bargaining head of the Tamil Nadu Chamber of Commerce.
Coimbatore District Administrators Consultative Meeting of the Tamil Nadu Chamber of Commerce was held at the South Indian Chamber of Commerce in Coimbatore.
Various resolutions were passed at the meeting, which was chaired by its chairman Vickramarajah and attended by trade union executives.
GST tax deduction
Among them, 11 resolutions were passed on behalf of the Tamil Nadu Chamber of Commerce and Industry on behalf of the Tamil Nadu Chamber of Commerce to provide all traders with food security licenses by the 31st, to provide full tax exemption from GST on all essential commodities and to bring petrol and diesel within the GST limit. .
Intimidation of officers
Speaking to reporters at the time, Vickramarajah accused the authorities of continuing to intimidate many traders and intimidate small traders into licensing in several places. He also said that there were more crises for traders in Tamil Nadu than in other states.
Petrol and diesel prices
He said traders were not to blame for the continuing rise in prices, which was due to rising fuel prices. He added that bringing the price of fuels, including petrol and diesel, within the GST range would curb inflation.
Rivers need to be rehabilitated
“Whoever is new to Tamil Nadu politics, repairing the rivers and not giving up our rights in the river water issue will only benefit future generations,” Vickramarajah said.