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Fatehpur, April 08 (H.S.). On Friday, in connection with the District Magistrate’s encroachment removal campaign in the city, it was decided in a meeting of the officers of Udyog Vyapar Mandal that the anti-encroachment drive would be launched in the city area from April 9. On this issue, the Udyog Vyapar Mandal has called upon the traders and shopkeepers to remove the encroachment of their respective shops by themselves so that they can avoid action. Traders also raised the issue of allotment of footpath hub in the meeting.

The meeting was presided over by the Founder President Kishan Mehrotra. Addressing the meeting, Mr. Mehrotra said that for the sake of easy, safe, smooth traffic operation and beautification system of the city, the traders should automatically remove the encroachment of themselves and their area. He has appealed to the administration that the encroachment campaign should not be full of discrimination. Whether the encroachment is permanent or temporary. Governance- The administration must allot a footpath hub for the traders of street vendors, handcarts, dumps, etc., because a family is associated with a poor trader.

District President Anil Verma and City President Manoj Sahu said that the government administration should first ensure the place of business of poor traders and allocate it. After this, encroachment campaign was launched. Ultimately no one occupies the footpath, whether it is a king or a runk, the organization will not tolerate discrimination under any circumstances.

It was decided in the meeting that soon the demand letter for road allotment for poor traders would be given to the District Magistrate by the Board of Trade. In the meeting, Krishna Kumar Tiwari, Chandra Prakash, Bablu Gupta, Shravan Kumar Dixit, Mohd. Anjum, Ashraf Ali, Ashok Gupta were also present.

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