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Apr 11, 2019
1:38PM

If NDA govt is voted to power, will constitute National Trade Commission: PM Modi

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that if NDA government is voted to power he will constitute a National Trade Commission (राष्ट्रीय व्यापार आयोग) for the welfare of the small businessmen. 

Addressing an NDA election rally in Bhagalpur Mr. Modi said that those businessmen who are GST compliant would get a cover of Rs 10 Lakh accidental insurance. He said that after victory in seventeenth Lok Sabha elections his government will provide benefit of pension scheme to small traders. 

Mr Modi said weavers attached with silk industry of  Bhagalpur would get thread rearing machines and other sops  as his government reduced GST burden earlier. He added that the NDA government never compromised with the security of the country. It was Mr Modi's third election rally in Bihar after the announcement of Lok Sabha elections. 

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