Kl 6th October 2021 – Kuala Lumpur & Selangor Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KLSICCI) organized Courtesy meeting with Deputy Minister of Ministry of National Unity, YB Wan Ahmad Fayhsal Bin Wan Ahmad Kamal in Card Room, Royal Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur. With presence of Executive Committee Members, Council Members.
During the meeting, YBhg Dato 'Ramanathan, President, Kuala Lumpur Selangor Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, discussed with the Deputy Minister on Trade Opportunities for Indians. Small and medium businesses are facing the biggest impact from the Govt-19 epidemic.
We cannot deny that the contribution of small and medium traders plays an important role in the economic development of the country. YBhg Dato 'Ramanathan appealed to the government to help traders, especially Indian traders, at a time when the risk of infection is declining.
We need to ensure that the funds provided under the Ministry of National Unity reach out to Indian traders. If there is one biggest festival of the Indians it is Deepavali. But due to the Govt epidemic that started last year, many people were facing great difficulty without business during the festive season as well. He therefore called for more assistance to the Indian community in the coming years to help improve the country's economy.
Kl 25th April 2021 – Kuala Lumpur & Selangor Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KLSICCI) organized its 92nd Annual General Meeting on 25th April 2021 in Ballroom, Royal Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur. With presence of Executive Committee Members, Council Members and ordinary associate members. The event enlightened with the presence of VIP Guest of Honour Ybhg Datuk Shahul Hameed, Chief Executive, HRD Corporation. The event moderated by Dr.M. Maria Rufina council member, Advisor for training & education.
IN REQUEST TO OPERATE TEXTILE BUSINESS SECTORS THROUGHOUT THE PERIOD OF MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER (MCO)
In 1928 a few Indian merchants dealing mainly in spices, textiles and other commodities founded the Chamber of Commerce, growing from humble beginnings to the influential and prestigious organisation it is today. The first President was the late Mr. R.E. Mohamed Kassim who together with other early pioneers like the late Haji Peer Mohamed, Mr. V.O.K. Ganapathi Pillai and Mr. Ismail Ghaney Rawther, led the Chamber in its modest activities until the outbreak of Pacific hostilities in 1942 when the Japanese armed forces occupied the country.