CAIT launches China Quit India Campaign

CAIT launches China Quit India Campaign

 

Varanasi: On the anniversary of Quit India Movement Day, the Confederation of all India Traders (CAIT) on Sunday with its nationwide campaign “Bhartiya Saamaan-Hamara Abhimaan” to boycott Chinese goods launched China Quit India Movement  holding protest dharma at about 600 places across the Country.

 

The CAIT urged the Government that there is an urgent need to check China’s growing footsteps in India and import of Chinese goods, Chinese investment in various Indian companies and in start-ups, several digital apps  China’s stake in government projects and China’s construction machinery in various sensitive construction works, etc. should be put under scanner and necessary action thereof.

 

The China Quit India program launched by CAIT is significant as today is the day of Quit India Movement launched by Mahatma Gandhi. At the launching of the program, the traders across India staged demonstrations demanding China to stop its vicious steps in and outside India. The protestors were holding placards giving a strong message to China about the displeasure of people of India and burnt picture of Chinese Premier Xingping and Chinese flag.

CAIT launches China Quit India Campaign

 

CAIT National President BC Bhartia and Secretary General Praveen Khandelwal said that CAIT’s strong campaign about VIVO sponsorship in IPL forced VIVO to withdraw from the IPL and accordingly all other Chinese Companies should either withdraw their sponsorship or the BCCI should suspend their respective sponsorship.

 

While releasing the agenda of the China Quit India campaign, Bhartia and Khandelwal urged the Central Government to carry out an all-round siege of China and its activities in India. They said that the Government should immediately ban Huawei from participating in the 5G network rollout in India. On the demand of CAIT, the government has banned 59 Chinese apps and on the same lines, about 30 more Chinese apps are still running in the country and they should also be banned. Several Chinese companies have made large investments in Indian startups in sizable numbers, all such startups should be asked to exclude Chinese investors and the government should announce a lucrative policy to encourage Indian people to invest in these startups.

CAIT launches China Quit India Campaign

 

They also said that at least for the next three years, the provision of government’s permission for any kind of business and industrial investment by China in India should be implemented immediately. They also said that the imports from China should be closely watched and the goods which are being dumped or the non-essential imports should be levied with either higher custom duty or Anti-Dumping duty should be imposed. The usage of Chinese machinery in various construction and infrastructure projects having IOT devices should immediately be stopped.

 

They said that such steps will not only reduce India’s dependence on China, but Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Vocal on Local” and Self-reliant India “will be implemented in the country in the true sense”.

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