8 crore traders for Bharat bandh against GST


Eight crore traders of the country, has extended support to the Bharat bandh call by Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) on February 26, demanding a review of the provisions of the goods and services tax (GST) regime.

The All India Transporters Welfare Association (AITWA), an apex body of the organised road transportation companies, has also decided to support CAIT in the Bharat bandh demanding the abolition of the new E-Way Bill or scrapping of certain rules.

It has also urged the government to abolish E-Way Bill and track vehicles by using Fast Tag connectivity to E-Invoice and to scrap the penalty on transporters for any time-based compliance target of transit and make diesel prices uniform across the country.

Now that the LPG and fuel rates have also increased, it is confirmed that all other sections of the society will also support the bandh in a big way.

The Bandh is going to be success against the GST and also the rise in the fuel and LPG rates. The Banking employees are also unhappy with the merger of banks.

No bank is doing the transactions properly in the name of software migration, banks merger financial year ending so on and so forth.

The farmers agitation on the other hand continues. The LIC employees, The visak steel plant workers and the people in Amaravathi are also on war path.

They are agitating But PM Modi on the other hand has clarified that the Government cannot take care of the loss making business.