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Prem Yadav appointed as General Secretary of NCP’s Industries and Trade Cell

Prem Yadav appointed as

Prem Yadav, the chief spokesperson of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) Mira Bhayandar unit, has been appointed as the General Secretary of the Industry and Trade Cell of Maharashtra Pradesh. In the presence of senior party leaders in the state office ‘Rashtrawadi’, the appointment letter has been handed over by the party treasurer Hemant Takle, Shivajirao Garje (general secretary) and state president of Industry and Trade Cell Nagesh Phate.

In the Mira Bhayandar unit, Mr. Yadav’s name comes as one of the main contributors to raising the party in recent times. He is one of the devoted office-bearers in NCP.

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Being associated with journalism, Yadav has good relations with the local media. “Along with the new responsibility, he will perform the old duties also,” said Ankush Malusare, NCP’s Mira-Bhayandar unit chief.

Malusare while thanking Mr. Phate said, “It’s a matter of happiness for us. Sincerely, I hope that Prem Yadav will fulfil the new responsibility with full dedication, hard work and honesty, at the state level. There are different levels of challenge while working at the state level. With performance, the social and political personality of the person also develops there.

On the other hand, Mr. Phate said, “Mumbai, Mira-Bhayandar, Vasai-Virar, Boisar, Palghar, Vashi, Rabale, MIDC are all big industrial areas. To connect with the people and solve their problems in these areas, the Industries and Trade Cell appointed an active member from the area. The main goal is to solve the problems of the corporate.”

“Unfortunately, businesses have collapsed in the Covid-19 Pandemic. The industrial revolution is the need of the hour. Be it, small entrepreneurs or big traders, everyone has been affected by this. Small and medium industries are the backbone of the economy. We take this as a mission. So, active youth like Prem Yadav has to be there to make the mission successful,” said Phate.

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