The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) said that it would launch a nationwide agitation against issues related to GST and alleged malpractices of foreign e-commerce firms on March 5 and will continue it till April 5.
The state governments have left no stone unturned to distort the GST because of their own interests and their dogma which has led to the sufferings of traders and the traders across the country. Resulted the country has badly plagued by the provisions of GST and the constant arbitrariness of foreign companies in e-commerce and now, the traders are either forced to resolve these issues or shut their business,' CAIT says.
National President of CAIT B C Bhartia and Secretary General Praveen Khandelwal informed that a video conference was held on Sunday in which more than 275 prominent leaders from all across states and union territories participated and decided unanimously to launch a nationwide campaign on these two issues.
It is not the Centre but the states who are more responsible for diluting the spirit of GST, to their own likings and now they can't escape from their responsibilities," it said. CAIT further states that, the state governments have left no stone unturned to distort the GST because of their own interests which has led to the sufferings of traders.
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