Traders transporters Bharat Band against gst and petrol price hike on February 26
In Jharkhand, the impact of the Bharat Bandh called by the trade organization Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT-CAT) on February 26, ie, to demand a review of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) provisions, can also be seen. Apart from CAT, the Ranchi Goods Transport Association also supported the ban. Due to this, the supply of goods will stop in the entire state including Ranchi. Commercial markets will remain closed. Transport Association spokesman Sunil Singh Chauhan said that on Friday, the supply of about 500 truck-goods in Ranchi will be disrupted. It contains the items of necessity of Rosemarja.
Earlier yesterday, traders have been appealed for support to make Bharat Bandh a success. The businessman was also appealed to keep his establishments and shops closed. At the same time, the local transport association has also supported this ban. Association's patron Bindul Verma said that the current system of e-way bill is going to ruin the business, all transport businessmen will protest in solidarity. Explain that the organization is opposing GST as well as reducing the validity of the e-way bill.
These business organizations have supported the shutdown
One day India Ranchi Goods Transport Association, Jharkhand Lok Janshakti Mazdoor Union, Jharkhand Progressive Mazdoor Union, Ranchi Local Transport Association, Jharkhand by the Confederation of All India Traders, (CAT) and All India Transport Welfare Association (AITWA) on 26 February 2021 Other associations with the Truck Honor Association, Jharkhand Motor Owners Association. Booking / delivery / shipment of goods will be completely closed on this day.
Strategy made to make the movement effective
The impact of the movement will be seen in Ranchi along with the country. For this, a strategy was chalked out by various organizations on Thursday. Traders will keep their establishments closed due to demands. CAT has been told that there will be full support of traders in Bharat Bandh. Around eight crore traders across the country will keep their establishments closed. Businessmen say many of the provisions in GST are absurd and irrational. This irks businessmen unnecessarily.
Chamber gave moral support
Here, the Chamber has given moral support to this detainee called on behalf of CAT. Pravin Jain Chhabra, President of Jharkhand Chamber of Commerce, said that every businessman is upset with the current amendment of GST. In such a situation, the Jharkhand Chamber of Commerce has decided that it will give moral support to the Bharat Bandh called by CAT. This decision has been taken in the meeting of the executive of the Chamber of Commerce.
Also, we have decided that all the district units of Jharkhand Chamber of Commerce will also submit 1-1 memorandum on their behalf to the Finance Ministry, a copy of which will also be sent to the Federation of Jharkhand Chamber of Commerce. Whether or not to close a business establishment will be at the merchant's own discretion. For this, no guidelines of any kind will be issued by the Jharkhand Chamber of Commerce. However we hope that traders upset with the new amendment of GST will definitely register their protest by closing down their business establishment tomorrow.