Bharat Bandh today against increasing fuel prices, GST
New Delhi: The Indian traders' body Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) called Bharat Bandh against increasing fuel prices, GST and E-Way Bill. The strike will go a day-long on Friday and all trade markets will be closed. The traders across the nation are demanding a review of the GST regime and gave a call for Bharat Bandh.
More than 40,000 trade associations extended their solidarity towards the strike against GST rules and increasing fuel prices. As per reports over 8 crore traders will take part in the Bharat bandh. Click the video for more details.