State Editions

Delegation of Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce calls on Punjab Speaker

| | Chandigarh | in Chandigarh

A delegation of Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce led by Kanwar Dhanjal on Friday called on the Speaker, Punjab Vidhan Sabha Rana KP Singh in which strengthening trade relations between Punjab and Canada was debated upon.

Welcoming the delegation, Rana KP Singh said that a congenial atmosphere has been created for trade and business activities in Punjab under the leadership of the Chief Minister, Capt Amarinder Singh and many pro-industrial policies are being implemented in the State.

The Speaker appealed to the delegation members that the NRI Punjabi industrialists should come forward to contribute to the maximum extent in the development of their motherland Punjab.

The delegation members exhibited keen interest in bilateral business activities in food security, education, agro based industries and other sectors. The Speaker further said that a separate meeting with the Chief Minister would yield positive results.

 The delegation apprised Speaker that their organisation is non-political and their goal is consider economic issues only.

Appreciating the view, the Speaker said that in order to uplift the living of the of standard living in the economically backward areas, the industrialists must come forward instead of meddling in politics.

A member of the delegation, Jagdish Singh Grewal hoped that the visit of the Canadian delegation would boost the trade relations between Punjab and Canada.

Among others present on the occasion included MLAs Som Prakash and Angad Singh Saini.



Sunday Edition

Page generated in 0.2024 seconds.