TRADERS TO HOLD MEGA RALLY AGAINST SEALING ON 28 MARCH AT RAMLILA GROUND
While intensifying their ongoing agitation against sealing and to make strong demand of bringing a Bill or an Ordinance for protection against sealing from Central & Delhi Government, more than 3000 Trade Associations of Delhi will join hands together to hold a Mega Rally on 28th March at Ramlila Ground in Delhi which will be attended by lakhs of Traders, Employees and their families.
Mr. Praveen Khandelwal, Secretary General, Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) said that the Rally will be non political and no political party will be invited to attend the Rally whereas the traders at the Rally will demand the political parties to ensure stoppage of sealing in Delhi. To discuss and declare the strategy of making the Rally a grand success, the CAIT has convened a meeting of trade associations of Delhi on 20th March at Constitution Club.
Mr. Khandelwal today demanded that instead of using force and resources to seal or destroy already constructed building or usage, it will be more appropriate if action is taken on current unauthorised constructions or usages and to stop future constructions. He demanded the Government to constitute a High level Committee under the Chairmanship of Delhi LG to discuss as to how the next Master Plan 2021-2041 to be enforced in 2021 can be made a well planned policy document. The representatives of trade should also be included in the said Committee beside Officials.
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