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CAIT WILL MAKE A BIGGER FRONT AGAINST FOREUGN FUNDED E COMMERCE COMPANIES: No matter what assurances the government may give, the Confederation of All India Traders has refused to wait, and this time they have organized a protest week against the e-commerce platform.

The All India Traders Association has long complained that small and medium-sized businesses in the country are not following the path of competition with respect to legal e-commerce on major e-commerce platforms like Amazon and Flipkart. Therefore, the Union Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Piyush Goyal has directed the All India Business Council (AICC) to immediately enact a new law on e-commerce platforms under the Consumer Law. The application has been submitted by!

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The All India Businessmen’s Association has raised the question of vote bank in the hope that the government will co-operate in the statement. They claim that the government of the country decides everything for and against the vote, so the price should be considered in the interest of protecting the interests of the business community. No doubt, the organization has sent an aggressive message to the government. The message of this aggressive attitude is clear from the recent session in New Delhi.

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The All India Business Association has announced that it is launching a program called Halla Ball on e-commerce. The first few of which will be celebrated as Protest Week between 15th and 23rd September this year. The members of the organization will be protesting in different districts of the country against the demands of e-commerce platform and exclusive trade policy. Thereafter, a letter from Pratikhan district to the Prime Minister’s Office will be issued within 30 September. Similarly, they will send letters to the office of the Chief Minister, the office of the Member of Parliament, the office of the MLA. Not only this, if it does not work, their effigies will be burnt in different parts of the country from October 10 to 14 to express their anger against the e-commerce platform, says Bharatiya and Khandelwale.

The All India Business Association has also stated that they will go to domestic companies to gain emotional and financial support in the fight against the e-commerce platform. In this regard, so far, the names of domestic companies like Tata, Godrej, Reliance, Hindustan Lever, Patanjali, Aditya Birla Group have come up in PostChite. But it is uncertain whether these organizations will finally join the All India Business Forum!

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News From:. News18 Assam
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