Major markets to remain shut today to protest against sealing drive

Delhi Major wholesale and retail markets remain closed in protest against sealing drive

Delhi Major wholesale and retail markets remain closed in protest against sealing drive

The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), have issued a statement that states, 2, 500 traders associations are going to take part in the portest against the shutting of their shops by the authorities. After the remarks about protective helmets by Vijender Gupta, neither Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari nor representatives of his party are likely to attend the meeting at the CM's residence.

Addressing a press conference after the meeting held at the chief minister's residence in New Delhi, Sisodia said Maken had assured them that Congress MPs would raise the sealing issue in Parliament along with Aam Aamdi Party MPs.

The retaliation wasn't too long in the coming, with deputy CM Manish Sisodia taking to Twitter to say, "The sealing has snatched the sources of livelihoods of many traders, but the president of Delhi BJP which has to find a solution is touring foreign countries".

All major markets in Delhi will remain shut today as the consortium of major trade unions in the national capital have called a one-day "trade bandh". Despite this, he attracted flak, with AAP Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Singh snapping, "It seems that Maken is a puppet of BJP".

Earlier in the day, Mr Maken expressed hope that the Government would find a solution to the issue which has affected traders across the city.

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He said the Delhi government had not yet met the monitoring committee since the sealing drive had begun, adding that the chief minister had also agreed to a meeting with the committee.

BJP promptly retorted by alleging that Sisodia's remarks on Tiwari's Mauritius visit were politically inspired and created to vitiate the atmosphere. All major wholesale and retail markets in Delhi will remain closed today as traders observe a "trade bandh" to protest against the sealing drive by the municipal corporations.

In a letter to Mr. Kejriwal, Delhi BJP general secretary Kuljeet Singh Chahal said there was no point in attending the meeting since the "intentions of the Delhi government are not clear on the matter".

Mr Singh said that the ongoing sealing drive had caused enormous difficulties for the traders and their families.

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