All India Merchants Confederation (CAIT) announced a Bharat Bandh across the country in protest against the Goods and Services Tax i.e. GST deficiencies, rising petrol-diesel prices and the e-way bill.
This announcement of the All India Merchants Confederation (CAIT) has been supported by 40 thousand traders association of the country which includes 8 crore traders from all over the country.
The All India Transporters Welfare Association, the apex body of the road transport sector, has announced a chakka jam from 6 am to 8 pm in support of this.
Mahendra Arya, the national spokesperson of the Transport Association, said, “All the state level transport associations have announced our decision not to conduct transport in protest against the new e-way bill laws brought by the Government of India and the rising prices of petrol and diesel.” Has given support. We are carrying out this movement for the purpose of stopping the operation of all e-way bills for one day. ”
Commercial markets across the country will remain closed as more than 40,000 merchant associations are participating in Bharat Bandh.
Road transport services across the country may remain affected, All India Transporters Welfare Association has asked transport companies not to operate their vehicles between 6 am to 8 am.
Booking, as well as movement of e-bill items will be affected.
The union of chartered accountants and tax advocates has also supported the strike, so their services are also likely to be affected. No merchant will login on GST portal on Friday.