Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, July 2: A delegation of Sanyukt Yuva Sangh (SSS) members today handed a letter addressed to the Chief minister of Jharkhand through the Deputy Commissioner, East Singhbhum urging him to enhance the loan amount for street vendors from the sanctioned Rs 10,000 to Rs 25,000.
The SSS letter contended that the lockdown had hit the street vendors hardest and their sources of income had dried up. It mentioned that under the present market conditions, Rs 10,000 was too meager an amount for the street vendors to start their business on a new note. Their small businesses barely provided enough money for upkeep of their families. The SSS urged the Chief Minister to enhance the amount of loan sanctioned to Rs 25,000 so that they could resume their businesses and earn enough for a decent living.
The SSS delegation included president Ravi Singh Chandel, Dhiraj Chowdhary, Asit Kumar, Jaishankar Prasad Kesar, Sumeet Das, Mohan Prasad, Manoj Singh, Lakshman Sao, Vicky Talwar, Raghunandan Sao, Gulab Chandra, Sanjay Sao and others.