'Introspect-2023' completed

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'Introspect-2023' completed

Udaipur:  'Introspect-2023' was organized by EMRA Rajasthan to take the mobile business to new heights. About 100 leaders from all the districts of Rajasthan participated in it, which Sanjay Israni of AIMRA Udaipur Zone, AIMRA Udaipur Secretary Nishith Mathur, Vice President Chander Tanwani, and Vice President Harish Parikh attended. AiMRA Udaipur Vice President Chander Tanwani said that the grand program organized by Jaipur zone leader Sunil Modi, Karan Singh Tanwar, and their team at the State Institute of Agriculture Management in Jaipur was completed.
The chief guest of the program was Kailash Lakhayani, Founder and National Chairman of AIMRA India, and Navneet Pathak, National Co-Secretary. The meeting was presided over by Sunil Gupta, President AiMRA, Rajasthan. The program was started by lighting the lamp in front of Mother Saraswati by State Vice President Sandeep Aneja, Zone Leaders Sunil Modi, Kanwar Singh, Sanjay Israni, Rakesh Bhagnani, Vimal Pariyani, Amit Dung. State General Secretary Harnam Singh welcomed everyone while introducing AIMRA in the welcome address and informed them about upcoming activities and programs. On this occasion, different types of problems faced by mobile businesses, such as discrimination by mobile companies with offline stores, charges levied by finance companies, stock supply irregularities, preactivation pressure, credit notes, and GST, were discussed. The problems were discussed in detail, and severe brainstorming was done to solve them.
National Founder and Chairman Kailash Lakhyani and National Co-Secretary Navneet Pathak talked about the various problems mobile retailers face. They said that after coming to the knowledge of the EMRA National Team, effective action was taken, redressed at the competent level, and relieved the retailers. 
From time to time, the national team meets with representatives of mobile companies and the government and holds virtual meetings to solve various problems of mobile retailers, and concrete and practical action is being taken. It was also decided that a quarterly meeting would be held every three months, and the state team would hold a virtual meeting with the district teams every fortnight (once in 15 days). It was decided to have the next quarterly meeting at Udaipur on Sunday, May 28.
State President Sunil Gupta inspired the present leaders to connect the shopkeepers associated with the mobile business in every city and town, including the district headquarters, with the organization to become stronger. On this occasion, team leaders from all over Rajasthan were present and gave important suggestions and raised problems, for which it was announced take appropriate action at the national and state level.

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