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Traders lodge protest against big Capitalist FDI
jkupdate.com | 28-Sep-2018 04:14 AM
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  • Various Trade heads of Jammu City led by Neeraj Anand, President Chamber of Traders Federation handed over National Charter of Demands mainly Opposing Walmart Flipkart deal and FDI in Retail to the office of Deputy Commissioner Jammu.




JAMMU: Confederation Of All India Traders spearheading All India agitation against FDI in Retail and Walmart-flipkart deal and various other issues of the Trade had called for Bharat Trade Bandh to lodge protest against alleged sell out of interests of small and medium Indian Traders to big Capitalist Backed foreign Entities like Walmart, Amazon etc. 

Various Trade heads of Jammu City led by Neeraj Anand, President Chamber of Traders Federation handed over National Charter of Demands mainly Opposing Walmart Flipkart deal and FDI in Retail to the office of Deputy Commissioner Jammu. 

The prominent Bazaar Presidents and Representatives who were present while handing over the National Charter of demands  were  Narayan Singh, President Patel Bazaar Association, Parveen Gupta, President Jammu Fruit Association, Vimal Gupta President Raj Tilak Road Association, Vijay Gupta Chairman Link Road Trader association, Harish Gupta President Pacca Danga Trader Association, Balwinder Singh President Cloth Merchant Association Gali Khilonia, Sardar Paramjeet SIngh, President Exchange Road Association, Suriender Mahajan President Raghunath Bazaar Association, Anoop Aggarwal, President Kanak Mandi Association, Dinesh Gupta President Electrical Dealer Association, Tushaar Mahajan, President Fire Cracker Dealers Association, Manohar Singh, President Roopnagar Durga nagar chinore traders association, Shiv Kumar Gupta, President Bakers Association, Sardar Kuldeep Singh, President Gole market Association, Manav Saraf, President Channi Himmat Shopkeepers association, Sanjay Gupta President Halwai Association, Amit Luthra, Gen Secretary Swaran Kaar Sangh, Gaurav Sapra, Mobile dealer association. 

Copy of the National Charter of demands is enclosed. Same charter has been handed over to the Office of Prime Minister of India today by CAIT leaders at Delhi.

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