Filing of GST returns should be made more simple: Cloth merchants

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 30 Oct 2017 10:12:11


 

Business Bureau,

THE Wholesale Cloth and Yarn Merchants Association recently organised Diwali Sneh Milan and Vyapar Ratna Award programmes. Meritorious students of the merchants who scored good marks in class 10th and 12th Board examination were also felicitated on the occasion.
Ajay Kumar Madan, President of the Association in his address said that the cloth merchants were facing very hard time since one year.


He said, “Traders has no objection on paying GST which started from July 1. But we are facing lot of problems in filing GST returns. We wish to draw attention of the Government through our Association that it should seriously think of making filing of GST returns more simplified.”
Madan also demanded that the quarterly filing limit which was upto Rs 1 crore should be increased to Rs 10 crore. If done, will help the medium traders in doing their business smoothly. Conveying his best wishes for Diwali, Madan said, “The awardees of today Rajmal Rathi and Vinayakrao Sakode are the role models for all of us. Their activeness and interest they take in doing business at this age is admirable and one must learn form them.”


He urged the awardees to give their valuable guidance in future also whenever needed. Madan also conveyed his best wishes for future to the meritorious students of class 10th and 12th. “You must make use of mobile and lap top wherever it is necessary and try to keep yourself away from social media,” he suggested to students.


Rajmal Rathi of Jetpur Saree Centre and Vinayakrao Sakode of M/s Sakode and Company were awarded with Vyapar Ratna award and along with shawl, shrifal and citation.


Past presidents of the Association Hemant Khungar, Pritam Arora, Ramavtar Totla and Dinesh Sarda were also felicitated on the occasion by Gopal Multani, Manak Bhutada, Satish Merani and Umakant Jaju. Replying to the felicitation Rathi and Sakode urged the traders to do hardwork with trust and honesty. They said that a traders should not look back and try to achieve their goals.


Hemant Khungar cautioned traders to be very careful while doing business in the age of competition. The meritorious students were awarded with momento and floral bouquet. The programme was attended by Hemant Gandhi, President of NVCC, Sanjay K Agrawal, Secretary, Rajesh Muniyar, President of Jagnath Road Association, Jivanlal Jain, President of The Hosiery Ready-made and Welfare Association, Sharad Modi, Secretary.


Jayesh Tanna, Secretary of the Association conducted the programme and proposed the vote of thanks. Arvind Chandak, Prakashchand Daga, Sunil Chavada, Umakanant Jajoo, Kamal Kapuriya, Purshottam Khatri, Pratap Thavrani, Piyushkumar Shah, Ashok Hudiya, Jethmal Daga, Harish Vidhani, Ravi Juneja, Sureshchandra Jain, Rupchand Loya, Khushalchand Bhutada, Mukesh Jasore, Ramesh Chawla and other members of the Association worked hard for the success of the event.