Mukesh Mehta appointed National President of IBJA

Mukesh Mehta appointed National President of IBJA

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City-based bullion dealers’ and jewellers’ body (IBJA) has appointed as its National President replacing Mohit Kamboj, the Bharatiya Janata Party leader, who resigned in the last annual general meeting (AGM) of IBJA held on August 24, 2016

Mukesh Mehta appointed National President of IBJA
Mehta was on the board of IBJA before his appointment as National President

Mehta was on the board of IBJA before his appointment as National President.

Mehta, a director of Mark Bangles Pvt Ltd, has already been on the board for the last four years. He is considered to be very enthusiastic, aggressive and passionate about the association. He has also served on various committees in the last four years.

IBJA is a 97-year-old apex organisation for bullion dealers and jewellers and any change at the top leadership is microscopically viewed by it’s members and other allied associations.

Mehta not only has support of Kamboj but also was considered the best choice for this by other board of directors.