Government to simplify legal metrology and create online system to end harassment of traders: Piyush Goyal
New Delhi, August 10 (KNN) “Traders are the backbone of the country’s economy and financial powers,” Piyush Goyal, Union Minister of Trade and Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food and Food, said Monday. public distribution and textiles.
Practically speaking to the brotherhood of traders on National Trader Day on Monday, the minister said the true ambassadors of Brand India. He praised the contribution of traders to the Indian economy. He called on traders to push for the Prime Minister to trumpet “Vocal for Local” and become ambassadors for the India brand.
The minister said India is becoming a global platform for goods and services and called on traders to become Atmanirbhar on all fronts of trade and commerce. He also stressed that trade is not an exchange of goods but an exchange of culture, goodwill and trust. The key is quality and productivity. The Minister also insisted on ensuring the sale of quality products to achieve the above objectives.
The Minister assured the full support of the trading community from the government and called on the traders to bring the violations of the law to the attention of the government. He said the government is committed to protecting traders and small entrepreneurs.
He said the government was working to simplify legal metrology and create a one-stop online system to end harassment of traders. He urged traders to boost Swarojgar, Swadeshi and Sugam Vyapar.
He praised the role of traders during the Covid pandemic. He said that in the past 15 to 16 months of the Covid-19 pandemic, traders especially in the remote area have met people’s needs by ensuring an uninterrupted supply of essential goods to every nook and cranny. from the country. He urged traders to adhere to all Covid 19 protocols in their daily lives and asked them to receive both doses of the COVID vaccine.