CAIT announce protest against Amazon and gst hike

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CAT announces nationwide strike tomorrow

New Delhi. The Confederation of All India (CAT) Traders has announced a nationwide strike tomorrow. According to the CAIT, this demonstration will be done in protest against the allegations of Amazon selling banned substances from its platform and cases like increasing GST rates on textiles and footwear by the government. According to CAT, this demonstration will be held in 500 districts across the country.

In fact, the GST Council has decided to increase the GST rate on clothes, apparel materials and footwear to 12 percent from January. CAIT has asked the Finance Minister to consider this decision. At the same time, e-commerce company Amazon has been accused of selling drugs. In this case, the police have registered a case against senior officials of Amazon’s local unit under the Narcotics Act.

On Monday itself, CAIT had demanded the government to take strict action against e-commerce giant Amazon for the alleged sale of marijuana. According to CAIT, the central and state government should make rules to prevent such restricted transactions on the platform of e-commerce. It is harming the future of the youth of the country. He said that “cases of Amazon selling illegal substances like marijuana on its platform have come to the fore and FIR has also been registered against the company in Madhya Pradesh. The government should probe the matter deeply and punish the guilty.” He said there should be no laxity for powerful multinational companies. He said that e-commerce companies have consumed the markets of traditional traders and CAIT is ready to accept the challenge posed by them. Goyal said that we cannot allow Amazon and other e-commerce companies to play with the health of our youth. He demanded that the government should develop a mechanism to track online transactions.

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