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Bharat Bandh: Businessmen all over India closed today, check, know whom to discount

Business organizations in all the states of the country have decided to join the trade bandh (Bharat Bandh). In Delhi too, most of the trade organizations will join the bandh. CAT India had called for a shutdown on the recent amendments to the GST rules and the demand to ban the e-commerce company Amazon immediately.

Bharat Bandh: Today the Confederation of All India Traders (CAT) has called for a Bharat Bandh against GST. CAT has called for this bandh to protest against GST. The All India Transport Welfare Association (AITWA) has also supported the bandh. However, AITWA’s protest is about the rising fuel prices and the e-way bill. AITWA national president Mahendra Arya said that all the state level transport associations will fully cooperate in the ODI bandh. AITWA’s performance will be against the rise in fuel prices and the e-way bill. According to Mahendra Arya, all transport companies have been asked to stop serving their vehicles from 6 am to 8 pm. All transport warehouses will put up the Protest Banner here.




Business organizations in all the states of the country have decided to join the trade-off. In Delhi too, most of the trade organizations will join the bandh. CAT India had called for a shutdown on the recent amendments to the GST rules and a demand to ban the e-commerce company Amazon immediately.

1500 picket
In a report published on NDTV, CAT National President BC Bhartia and National General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal told that ‘solicitation’ will be organized at about 1500 places across the country including Delhi. Today, no merchant will log in on the GST portal. In many districts, they will submit a memorandum of their demands to the concerned authorities for the central and state government. More than 40,000 merchant organizations across the country are associated with CAT which are supporting the bandh and will participate in picketing demonstrations.
Demand to simplify GST

CAT (CAIT) general secretary Praveen Khandelwal said that in the last 4 years there have been more than 950 amendments to the GST. Apart from this, technical problems related to GST portal remain. This has increased the burden on traders to comply with GST. There is a demand from their central government, state governments and the GST Council to end the stringent provisions of GST. Also review the GST system. He said that there is a need to simplify the rates of GST and make them logical.

Stay out of the closures
Wholesale and retail markets will remain completely closed. But shops selling essential commodities have not been included in the shutdown. Shops catering to the needs of the people in residential colonies will also remain closed. Most traders say that there will be no significant impact on the transportation system. Only business activities are likely to be affected.

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