The Confederation of Pune Trade Associations (FTAP) recently wrote to Uddhav Thackeray and deputy chief executive Ajit Pawar to express their concerns.
FACT: Landlords are required to pay a three-month electricity bill, entrepreneurs including property taxes and interest rates, declaring losses as they continue to close.
Entrepreneurs said the government should announce financial support to entrepreneurs, as they have lost opportunities to earn money in the past two months. Employers paid employees ’salaries despite the difficulties, but these wages did not stabilize over time, the seller said.
The Confederation of Pune Trade Associations (FTAP) recently wrote to Uddhav Thackeray and deputy chief executive Ajit Pawar to express their concerns. In the letter, they also raised the importance of allowing stores to operate after 31 May.
“Stores have been closed since the first week of April. Two months have passed without business. Homebuyers are in great pain. The whole year has been difficult for all merchants. All vendors and sales rules were followed and cooperated with the government during the crisis. The government should now allow the equipment because the cases have been reduced. This helps to avoid further losses, “said Mahindra Pitaliya, author of FTAP.
Italy has said the payment of electricity bills should be waived when stores are closed. There must be a permit to repay a bank loan without paying property tax by the local business body.
“These requirements are important because a large number of retail businesses continue to rely on the day-to-day operation of the business. These resources cannot cope with the burden without funding. They cannot close their operations stores for three months, “he added.
Sachin Nivangune, president of the Pune District Retailers ’Association, said their organization shopped in unstable stores for many hours every day. “Closing stores is a daunting task. Stores can be allowed to open four to five hours a day in an emergency. Real estate agents can do business. The government should also provide financial assistance to issuing tax evasion, “he said…
Sanjay Mehta, who owns a furniture store, said that even if the store is allowed to open, it will take two months to get electricity. He said that “traders will have long-term consequences.”