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CM Yogi talks to UP businessmen, discusses these issues including oxygen in fight with Corona

In Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is making every effort to control the uncontrollable pace of Corona. CM Yogi held a meeting with the traders of the state on Sunday (May 2, 2021).

Appealing to the traders, he said, “Today, when the state and the country are affected by the second wave of Kovid-19 transition, in this hour of crisis, the business class through their energy and cooperation, active in the fight against this epidemic Contribute. ”

The CM asked him to assist with the night curfew and the weekly lockdown. Yogi urges him to contact the CM office for this if anyone bothers him.

Traders always supported society and country against all odds

CM Yogi Adityanath, while interacting with the traders and business organizations of the state through virtual medium, expressed confidence that once again this battle will be successful and Corona will be defeated. The traders have always supported the society and the country against all odds.

This time corona infection is 30-50 times stronger.

CM Yogi said during the conversation that this time the corona infection is 30-50 times stronger. In such a state Medical oxygen Demand has increased. However, the efforts of the state government are proving to be effective to meet the demand to some extent.

He requested the traders and entrepreneurs to experiment in the field of oxygen production, “The government will provide all possible support in such works, we will be able to save humanity by promoting the production of oxygen.”

Affecting life and livelihood

CM Yogi Adityanath said that the second wave of Corona is affecting both life and livelihood in the country and the state. He said that under the present circumstances both life and livelihoods are being affected and with the aim of breaking the corona chain, arrangements like weekly lockdown, night curfew have been implemented. Necessary and emergency services are being continued in this time. You guys keep creating cooperation.

CM Yogi said that if harassment or any untoward incident happens to anyone, immediately inform the local administration and even if you are not satisfied, inform the Chief Minister’s office, prompt action will be taken. He said that GST returns have increased in recent times. So far 16 lakh traders have been registered in GST.

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CM has appealed to the traders to get maximum number of GST registrations. Merchants provide their best support for the management, control and rescue of the Kovid.

The CM said that the BJP government in the state has created an atmosphere of security for the traders. There is a provision of insurance cover of ₹ 10 lakh under the Suraksha Bima Yojana for traders, benefiting traders.

We are with the state government in the fight against Kovid-19: businessman

Being told that Chief Minister Also interacted with several traders including Gagan Das Ramani (Agra), Sajal Jain (Jhansi), Manish Bansal (Aligarh), Ravi Prakash Chaudhary (Basti), OP Singh (Lucknow). Traders said that the merchant class is with the state government in the struggle against Kovid-19.

Let me tell you that at present, Uttar Pradesh is ranked fourth of the most affected states of COVID-19 in the country, corona report of more than 13 lakh people has come positive. At the same time, there are less than 3 lakh active cases in the state, while more than 13,000 people have lost their lives in the epidemic.

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