Nagpur: Sharad Pawar, the Supremo of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) expressed the need of small business committees at regional level to take up issues of local traders in front of the State Government, during his visit to Second Capital of the State.
Pawar interacted with media after in depth discussion with the representatives of Trade and Industrialists where members of Nag Vidarbha Chamber of Commerce, people from Vidarbha Industries Association were present.
The NCP chief has also assured to chair a meeting between traders and top government officials along with concerned minister to reach an inference on traders problems.
Pawar has also set to pay visits to Wardha, Chandrapur, Gadchiroli and Yavatmal, in the backdrop of the upcoming two elections — one is biennial election to the Maharashtra Legislative Council for 6 seats from 5 Local Authorities Constituencies to be held on December 10 and the Corporation polls in February.
Speaking to Media, Pawar discussed the various issues including Anil Deshmukh, Amravati violence, Kangana Ranaut and others.
The media interaction was followed by a meeting of party office-bearers, volunteers organised at Satvachan Lawn, Wardhaman Nagar.
Pawar has set to visit Chandrapur and Gadchiroli on November 18 and 19 respectively. On the night of November 19, Pawar will reach Yavatmal and then he will visit Wardha on November 20. From Wardha, Pawar will reach Nagpur on November 20 evening and leave for Mumbai from Nagpur airport.