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JAMMU: A delegation of Chamber of Traders Federation (CTF) Jammu, led by its President Neeraj Anand called on the Financial Commissioner, Atal Dulloo in Jammu on Thursday as a part of Pre-Budget meet and highlighted a number of issues faced by traders. Seeking early resolution of the same, the delegation also presented a representation highlighted a number of demands and some suggestions, for overall welfare of the traders.Major demands and issues highlighted in the representation included providing matching GST incentives to units, turnover or employment based incentives to export units, setting-up of at least one mega manufacturing unit like metro / rail coach factory etc, setting up of defense production units through private participation under Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan, mandatory purchase by Central/State Government Departments & Undertakings including Defence procurement of locally manufactured Goods and Services from J&K, simplification of land laws and framing a policy for grant of permission for change of land-use, boosting investments in Healthcare sector, speedy completion of ongoing AIIMS project & setting-up trauma centres in all accident prone & hilly districts on priority, establishing more oxygen generation plants in J&K especially Jammu, framing user-friendly and system driven policies for better work culture, extension in time period for all those who failed to deposit agreed amount under VAT amnesty scheme, abolishment of bank charges or reducing the same, retaining GST to 5 per cent on Footwear & Textiles, formulating principle of ‘handholding’ as guiding force for banks and other financial institutes at least till COVID continues, clearing ambiguity in land laws regarding ‘Gair Mumkin Khad’ nomenclature, focused attention on tourism dependent trade stakeholders, revamping existing power infrastructure, regulating online shopping platforms etc.Assuring full support to the Government on behalf of traders, the delegation urged that all schemes related to trade and industry especially start-ups should be shared with trade bodies so that intended beneficiaries are updated and more and more entrepreneurs can avail benefits of Government’s initiatives to boost trade & economy.
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