660 cases resolved in NVCC’s LBT Redressal Camp

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 28 Jun 2018 11:23:48



Business Bureau

THE Nag Vidarbha Chamber of Commerce (NVCC) and Nagpur Municipal Corporation’s week-long LBT Redressal Camp ended on Wednesday in which total 410 traders took part. During the camp, 660 cases were resolved and 55 appeals were heard bringing a revenue of Rs 14.5 lakh to the NMC’s treasury. Hemant Gandhi, President of the NVCC thanked all the traders for their co-operation and requested the remaining traders to close their LBT accounts as early as possible. Gandhi presided over the concluding function which was attended by Virendra Kukreja, Chairman of NMC Standing Committee; Rajesh Mohite, Deputy Commissioner NMC; CA Arti Kulkarni, Milind Meshram, Assistant Commissioner LBT; Nagesh Sahare, Chairman Sports Committee of NMC; Nishant Gandhi, Corporator; Prakash Mehadia, IPP and President of Platinum Jubilee Committee NVCC; Dipen Agrawal, President of CAMIT; Mayur Panchmatiya, both past presidents of NVCC; Arjundas Ahuja, Raju Vyas, Ashvin Mehadia, all vice-presidents; Sanjay K Agrawal, Secretary; Sachin Puniyani, Treasurer; Farooque Akbani, Ramavtar Totla, Umesh Patel, all joint-secretaries and Shabbar Shakir, PRO NVCC.

Executives of NVCC felicitated officers of NMC with shawl, shreefal and floral bouquet. Mohite and Kukreja expressed their gratitude to NVCC for making the camp successful.
Mohite also assured for the similar co-operation from the Nag Vidarbha Chamber of Commerce to solve traders pending problems. Kukreja appealed to the remaining traders to come and resolve their cases at NMC. Dipen Agrawal said, the LBT Redressal Camp was a good initiative and such camps benefits both traders and Nagpur Municipal Corporation. Rajesh Lakhotia, President of Steel and Hardware Chamber of Commerce made special efforts for the camp.