CAIT ‘Quit India Movement’ against China on Aug 9

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CAIT ‘Quit India Movement’ against China on Aug 9

Friday, 07 August 2020 | Staff Reporter | NEW DELHI

Amid recent rift between India and China, the trade associations have decided to launch ‘Quit India Movement’ against China on August 9 across the country.

The trade associations will raise the bugle for a movement against the  across the country and will make a loud slogan china Quit India" in about 600 cities, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT).

B C Bhartia, national president and Praveen Khandelwal, secretary general of the CAIT said that in view of the way China has occupied the retail market of India through chinese products in the last 20 years under a long strategic planning and also the changed circumstances, it is very important to liberate the country's retail market from Chinese products and create a self-reliant Indian market and to reduce Country’s dependence on China.

“The people of the country supported the CAIT campaign of celebrating the recent Rakshabandhan festival as Hindustani Rakhi and completely boycotted the Chinese Rakhi as a result of China has suffered a loss of Rs 4 thousand crores rupees. It is clear from the fact that if the people of the country take a resolution and boycott Chinese goods, then India's business can get independence from China very soon and seven crore traders of the country under the leadership of CAT have taken this resolution firmly,” they said.

Khandelwal announced that all the upcoming festivals celebrated in the country will be celebrated using Indian goods and Chinese goods will not be used at all.

They said that the upcoming festivals include Janmashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri, Dussehra, Dhanteras, Diwali, Bhaiya Dooj, Chhath Puja and Tulsi Vivah.

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