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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi
I still feel full of energy and keep traveling throughout for my work. Industry is vibrant and so are people of India
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Najia Afridi 🇵🇰 Jun 23
All Indians asking Rajdeep, Barkha, Sagarika, Shehla etc to go to Pakistan. Let me clarify once and for all, Hamein nhi chahiye woh, haamry pas apna khud ka kachra kafi hy.
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi 14h
Sirs the biggest problem in plastic bottles recycling is MOEF continuous allowing imports of flakes of uncleaned waste bottle from China. China has banned its imports with Thailand, Indonesia and Japan. Why India allow. Our bottles rot on streets.
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 23
Spinning Mills with subsidy of 24,000 crores under TUF. Garments 8000 crores as rightly said. Not a single penny to manmade textile industry which is facing cheap imports from China. After subsidy spinners have BCD of 10% on spun yarns. Only 5% on manmade fibres & Filament Yarns.
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 22
Madam Govt invoked powers to raise custom tariffs on Textiles to 20%. However, on manmade fibres & filaments applies rate is 5%. Looking at Chinese threat of subsidised imports post US action, please raise BCD to 10%. Spun yarn already has 10% BCD. Regards
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 22
Madam reforms are synonymous with with BJP. The lowest BCD structure of 5% being exploited by China will ruin our MSME, economic backbone. It’s needed to save these in largest employment segments like Textiles and control trade deficit with China. Please increase BCD to 10%.
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 22
Sir reforms are synonymous with with your name. The lowest BCD structure of 5% exploited by China will ruin our MSME, economic backbone. It’s needed to save them in largest employment segments and control trade deficit with China. Increase BCD to 10%.
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 22
2. China’s new game to exports from Hong Kong though an independent WTO member but Chinese territory. Diversion of exports via Hong Kong is China’s strategy to show reduction in trade deficit. Please keep MSME, our economic lifeline alive. Regards
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 22
2. China’s new game to exports from Hong Kong though an independent WTO member but Chinese territory. Diversion of exports via Hong Kong is China’s strategy to show reduction in trade deficit. Please keep MSME, our economic lifeline alive. Regards
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 22
A ritual that is symbolic and followed every year.
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 22
Replying to @APanagariya
Sir free trade is good for prosperity if it’s fair also. Look at China, do they have fair trade. Every meaning of free has to be linked to fair. Hope you agree with my point.
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 22
Replying to @RajiIyer4
Well said Raji
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 22
Replying to @PiyushGoyal
Very well said.
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi retweeted
Smriti Z Irani Jun 22
आज तिलोई में कार्यक्रम के दौरान 'मुख्यमंत्री जन आरोग्य योजना' के अंतर्गत गोल्डन कार्ड का वितरण किया। आज अमेठी में 2302 लाभार्थियों को माननीय मुख्यमंत्री जी का पत्र एवं गोल्डन कार्ड प्राप्त हुआ। इस योजना के अंतर्गत लाभार्थी ₹5 लाख तक के बीमा कवर का लाभ उठा सकेंगे।
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 22
Madam/Sir Indian industry specially Textiles has become vulnerable to Chinese over capacity in fibre,yarns &fabrics. Unless we correct our BCD structure, Industry will be destroyed. Lot of SME are involved. We need to protect entire value chain
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 20
Madam one primary issue is that GST on capital goods Plant & machinery be reduced to 5%. Today in Textiles its 18%, which is non adjustable & refundable. No new investments are coming besides very low BCD on fibres & Yarns With subsidies in China, we are out of race.
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi retweeted
Ruhsar Pekcan Jun 20
With our delegation we’ve visited of Iraq. We conveyed President ’s best wishes. We also gave information about our delegation & talked about our businessmen’s problems in Iraqi market.
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 20
Sir giving any further concessions to Korea under FTA in manmade Textiles would be suicidal as 75% MSME engaged in this sector with own private capital unlike heavy subsidies paid to Cotton Spinners Textiles. Kindly intervene.
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 19
kindly don’t be misguided by users industry if it has flourished in last 5 years with profits going 5 times high. In areas where investments are above $5 bil, it need to be protected from erosion specially when more investments are required in Textiles.
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 19
I am seeking the whole chain of Textiles be it cotton or MMF be taxed at same rates like all other countries. If cotton & cotton yarn used for rich man fabric is at 5% why MMF fibre & MMF yarn for poor man fabrics have GST rate of 18% & 12% respectively. Why poor man suffers most
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Anil Kumar Rajvanshi Jun 19
Madam another issue besides low BCD and Chinese subsidy, GST on Textiles plant & machinery is 18% which is non adjustable & non refundable. No new investments for domestic consumptions are coming. Subject of concern even at ITMA machinery show.
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