Bharat Bandh

Bharat Bandh: traders will close India on February 26

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Bharat Bandh: The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has called for a India trade shutdown yesterday, 26 February. At the same time, the traders of Delhi are on the path of movement regarding GST. He has also called a maha panchayat today. Actually, business organizations are angry with the recent changes in the GST rules.


Traders are angry

CAIT national president BC Bhartia and national general secretary Praveen Khandelwal said that ‘solicitation’ will be organized at around 1500 places across the country, including Delhi, to present their talk on 26 February, on the other hand, any businessman will be on the GST portal that day We will not log in and register our protest. He said that most of the major business organizations in Delhi have decided to join the trade bandh, while some other organizations will announce the decision to join it till this evening.

Mahapanchayat at GST today

Traders are angry about Goods and Services Tax (GST). That’s why traders in Delhi have called a maha panchayat today. Officials of business organizations of more than 200 markets are going to participate in this maha panchayat.

Demand to make GST easier (Demand to make GST easier)

According to CAIT, the opposition of traders across the country would be rational and peaceful. While wholesale and retail markets will remain completely closed, shops that sell essential goods have not been included in the shutdown. Shops that cater to the needs of the people in residential colonies have also been kept out of this. CAIT says the GST tax system has become very complicated rather than easy. They are also accusing the GST Council of being undemocratic.

Many associations supported the Bharat bandh

According to BC Bhartia, unlimited powers have given to the tax officer, due to which now the officer can cancel the GST registration number of any trader without giving any notice or opportunity of hearing. Merchants’ bank account, the property can confiscate. Such steps will cause many problems in business. At the same time, many trade associations have supported the India trade-off.

2 truck outfits distance from Chakka Jam (2 truck outfits distance from ‘chakka jam’)

Meanwhile, 2 big transport organizations have decided to separate themselves from this one-day Bharat Bharat Bandh and ‘Chakka Jam’. All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) and Bhaichara All India Truck Operator Welfare Association (BAITOWA) have said that there is no benefit from this. At the same time, he demanded a change in the e-way bill and said that the way the bill and road tax issues are being pressured, it also needs to be looked into.