Day two: Tent home owners, caterers provide memos to officials, leaders | Ludhiana News


Ludhiana: The statewide attack by tent home owners, owners and allied service providers entered its second day on Wednesday as hundreds of businessmen maintained their offices shut. In accordance with businessmen, even following their automobile rally Tuesday, which had been ran with these to make government conscious about their requirements, nobody by the government or one of the leaders came forward to assist them against the issues they were confronting. As a symbol of the demonstration, many office-bearers of the company associations about the business gave a memorandum of their requirements to a number of politicians and officials and deputy commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma.
Giving more info about their battle, Raj Aggarwal, president of Ludhiana Tent Dealers Welfare Association, stated,”It has been six months now because our company has stayed closed and make it tent home proprietor, secretary, lighting supplier, DJ, photographer, manpower supplier, transporter, everybody is now jobless as the constraints on organising of marriage acts like number of men and timings have yet to be lifted. It appears that rather than coronavirus, individuals connected with our business will die of appetite and unemployment. What’s worse that the state authorities is completely quiet and nothing has been done thus far to provide a drive to our companies. On one other nations are getting ready to provide permission to grow the ceiling of men allowed per purpose to 100, however, Punjab authorities is completely silent about the problem.”
Aggarwal added ,”It appears that neither the leaders of ruling party, nor the opposition is worried about our woes since they’re quietly watching us getting into these emergency, where we’re paying wages to our employees and managing our expenses by selling our resources or accepting loans. On Wednesday, we’ve filed a memorandum to the DC to be forwarded to chief minister and this really is the last opportunity we’re taking. If the government doesn’t takes actions like doing away with all the ceiling on the amount of men allowed per purpose, we’ll resort to agitation throughout Punjab.”
Based on Shiv Shankar Rai, general secretary of Ludhiana Tent Dealers Welfare Association,”This had been the next day of our demonstration and unique teams comprising our associates moved to provide memorandums to the officers and governmental leaders. We also carried along banner ads to draw attention towards our difficulties. However, by the silence of authorities, it looks like tent home owners and owners are regarded as third tier citizens of the nation, that’s the reason no attention is paid to their own issues. The state government must get rid of the capping on the amount of persons granted per function and present specific relief package to our business, which ought to consist of interest-free loans, pension for six weeks to our employees and waiver of GST into the catering industry.”


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