MP News: E-commerce companies demand ban on sale of non-essential items in the state
Bhopal News: Bhopal (Navdunia Representative). Officials of the Confederation of All India Traders (CAT) met Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra on Thursday and demanded that the shops of traders were closed due to the lockdown on one side. On the other hand, e-commerce companies are continuously selling non-essential items in different districts of the state. The delegation also gave copies of the order of other states during the meeting with the Home Minister and demanded an immediate moratorium on it.
The delegation included CAT joint state president Sunil Aggarwal, state vice president Sunil Jain and Ujjain division president Mukaddas Sheikh. Home Minister Mishra heard the talk of the traders and said that soon the state government will take appropriate decision on this. The delegation presented him with copies of the guide lines of the Rajasthan, Karnataka and Maharashtra governments and requested that the Madhya Pradesh government should make a guide line for the traders to do a uniform trade. So that the economic activities of the state can be conducted properly. CAT State President Bhupendra Jain, General Secretary Mukesh Agarwal, Organization Minister Govinddas Asati, Treasurer Manoj Chaurasia said that if the lockdown opens, the days the state government has closed shops of merchants, the same day the sale of e-commerce companies is banned in Madhya Pradesh Let’s do. So that traders can conduct their business and pay different things in this difficult period. It is worth mentioning that there is a demand to ban the sale of non-essential commodities by e-commerce companies in the state so that inconveniences do not occur.
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