Rising fuel prices and waning business activities in the region has begun haunting the ruling Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) ahead of the assembly elections with industrialists blaming the government for not fulfilling the promises and ignoring small scale industries.
The worst-hit small scale industries of the region have expressed displeasure against government policies that led to the fall in business activities, drop in employment and poor industrial infrastructure.
Ajit Singh Narang, president, Malwa Chamber of Commerce said, “We repeatedly put our demand in front of the government, but most of them went unheard and we were sent back with assurances.”
According to the Malwa Chamber of Commerce, small scale industries of the region were not paid proper attention because large industries were the main priority of the government. Read more
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