Traders should meet new challenges of modernisation: B C Bhartia

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 15 Apr 2018 10:36:33


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Traders do not differentiate between caste and religion but always follow the art and culture of doing business to serve the masses in a best possible way, said B C Bhartia, National President Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), New Delhi. He was speaking at the annual day function organised by Halar Memon Jamat Nagpur.

Bhartia said, the way of doing business is changing very fast. “Now traders will have to rise above ancient beliefs and thoughts and meet the new challenges that have emerged due to modernisation and use of technology. On personal front, traders will have to maintain culture and tradition but while doing business adoption of technology through digital mode is necessary,” he said.

Farooque Akbani, President of Halar Memon Jamat, Nagpur welcomed the guests. He said, “Sound mind and sound body is need of hour to do any business. Healthy body is wealth of community. Hence, regular medical check-up is essential.” This year medical check-up camp was organised in association with Wockhardt Hospital. It was very successful as member of the community took maximum advantage of the camp.
Kishore Dharashivkar, President Team CAIT Nagpur, said, Goods and Sales Tax (GST) is a compliance-oriented tax law driven by technology.

The members of the community should take advantage of GST Ki Pathshala run by Shankarlal Jalan Foundation opposite Harihar Mandir, Lakkadganj.
Prabhakar Deshmukh also spoke on the occasion. Dyaneshwar Rakshak was felicitated for his contribution to society, informs a press release issued here.
Prominently present were Arifbhai Nagani, Raufbhai (Firoz) Parekh Sajid Akbani, Akbarbhai Akbani, Asif Akbani, Zikarbhai Punjini, Hussain Akbani, Sajid Malani, Ashraf Parekh,
Zulkar Patel, Razzak Patel, Dr Arif Dosani, Farooque Banani , Arif Fajwani, Salim Ajani, Rajkumar Gupta and others.