In this article the stagnation point flow of electrically conducting micro nanofluid towards a shrinking sheet, considering a chemical reaction of first order is investigated. Involvement of magnetic field occurs in the momentum equation, whereas the energy and concentrations equations incorporated the influence of thermophoresis and Brownian motion. Convective boundary condition on temperature and zero mass flux condition on concentration are implemented. Partial differential equations are converted into the ordinary ones using suitable variables. The numerical technique is utilized to discuss the results for velocity, microrotation, temperature, and concentration fields.