New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a traders’ convention Friday in New Delhi and assured that if his government was brought back to power, traders would be allowed to take up a loan up to Rs 50 lakh without collateral, conveying that this community formed the backbone of the Indian economy.
He also announced that if re-elected, he would form a National Traders’ Welfare Board, introduce credit cards for traders and initiate a pension scheme for small shopkeepers.
ThePrint brings you photos from the event held in New Delhi’s Talkatora Stadium.
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(With PTI inputs)
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