New Delhi: MSMEs from Uttar Pradesh have urged union MSME minister Kalraj Mishra for the resolution of issues concerning the beleaguered sector.
Industry is highly optimistic of redressal of their grievances since Mishra belongs to UP and was elected to the Parliament from Deoria constituency in eastern UP in the recent Lok Sabha polls.
In the meeting, IIA President Pramod Miglani presented an overview of MSME and the contribution of the sector in the economy of India and UP.
Chamber general secretary Neeraj Singhal briefed the minister about the yeoman's contribution by IIA towards MSMEs since 1985.
He also suggested that a road map for the development of MSMEs was prepared to resolve teething problems.
Kalraj assured IIA that the Centre was supportive of enhancing the competitiveness of the sector for a larger contribution to the nation's economic growth, IIA divisional chairman Prasshant Bhatiya said.
IIA had convened a meeting in Greater Noida on Thursday to discuss the major issues, which needed immediate attention of the Centre.
"Various issues came up during the deliberations and now we are in the process of dovetailing it to five major demands for the betterment of the MSMEs in India. These points would be formally presented to the Centre later this month," Bhatiya added.