Indian Industries Association pays tribute to Hemant Kumar, its founder Chairman
New Delhi, June 14 (KNN) Hemant Kumar, a freedom fighter, industrialist & founder Chairman of Indian Industries Association (then NAYE) passed away at the age of 91 at his native place in Meerut yesterday.
He joined the freedom movement in the year 1942 & was jailed for 15 Months while leading the freedom movement at Vrindawan.
After the independence Hemant Kumar was actively involved in the Social Work as well as he established an Industry M/s Sai Electricals at Meerut.
Realizing the pains and problems of small scale industries in the country, Kumar decided to work for the welfare of small scale industries in 1985.
Then, he joined hands with the then President of National Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs (NAYE) and took over as the Chairman of NAYE which was renamed as Indian Industries Association in 1992.
He also served as founder Chairman from 1985 to 1987 and was instrumental in designing & implementing several policies in favor of the Small Scale Sector along with the State Government as well as Government of India.