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Traders Federation calls for Bharat Trade Band on Sept 28
8/22/2018 10:48:39 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Aug 22: Calling for immediate scrapping of Walmart-Flipkart deal, the newly elected governing council of Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has called for "Bharat Trade Band" on 28 sept 2018.
Addressing a press conference, Neeraj Anand , Vice President CAIT and President of Chamber of Traders Federation Jammu said, " the onslaught of Deep pocket Retail Giants like Walmart is a real threat to the existence of small and medium traders , these big capitalist backed entities exploit loopholes in laws and play havoc with local economy to benefit their masters sitting in foreign lands."
Sharing details of the program chalked out to oppose such deals and to safeguard the interests of the small and medium traders, Neeraj said that CAIT immediately after electing its New Governing body has decided to launch All India Rath Yatra on 15 of September. From Delhi to spread awareness about the ill effects of such deals on National economy especially on the MSME sector. The Rath Yatra would also cover Jammu and culminate back in Delhi on 15 December. To send a strong note of dissent against such policies of the Government, they have decided to observe Bharat Trade Bandh, if this deal is not scrapped.
Talking about socio-economic conditions of Jammu, Neeraj said that their fight is much bigger as they are working in a conflict-zone where anti-national forces are hell bent to ruin the economy and skilled labour of the state and they have observed deliberate attempts made to make traders migrate from here."
"I have shared these concerns with RSS dignitaries at Nagpur Head Quarters immediately after assuming the new responsibility of National Vice President CAIT. I have also handed over a memorandum to them sharing concerns of trading community of Jammu", he said.
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