Mysuru Industry bodies propose draft rules for MSME Act, Karnataka
Mysuru, May 17 (KNN) On Tuesday, Industry bodies in Mysuru submitted a set of draft rules for an MSME Act to Administrative Reforms Commission headed by retired Chief Secretary T.M. Vijaybhaskar.
The proposals are based on the similar pieces of legislation already in force in other States.
During an interaction with Vijaybhaskar at the District Industries Centre (DIC) in Mysuru, they urged the Commission to ensure that the State brings in the MSME Act.
Representatives of various industry bodies in Mysuru complained that the guidelines announced in the State’s industrial policy are not implemented.
“We have urged the Commission to work towards bringing in an MSME Act for Karnataka”, said Secretary of MSME Council, Mysuru, Suresh Kumar Jain, who is also the Secretary of Mysuru Industries Association (MIA).
The representatives of industry bodies from Mysuru, who attended the interaction also included Ritesh Gowda, MIA Executive Committee member, A.S. Satish from Mysuru Small Industries Association, Manjunath, who heads the SC and ST Enterpreneurs Association, Chandrashekar of Nanjangud Industries Association and Lingaraju from the Mysuru Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI). (KNN Bureau)