The government has allowed e-commerce companies to do business with local shopkeepers, but there is no benefit to it. He has locked down the service for the next 20 days, to keep it normal and under control. Seventeen days have passed. The number of victims is also increasing. Now, as the time progresses, several states are extending the lockdown until May 3rd. Outside the barnyard, strict sanctions have been imposed.
Maharashtra and Orissa have also frustrated the interest of local businessmen by allowing them to trade non-essential goods. Confederation of All India Traders (CAT) has requested Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Urban Development Minister and Commerce Minister Hardeep Puri, Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla and DPIIT Secretary Gurdas Mahapatra to intervene.
Now the lockdown has prompted the central government to close many of the local shops, saying they should now take care of the interests of shopkeepers like us.
Again, Congress party leader Randeep Singh Surjewala said, “The government has cheated small shopkeepers by giving e-commerce companies like Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal business opportunities”.
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