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'Quit India' campaign will begin on 9 August on the lines of 'British leave India', CAIT announces


CAIT to launch 'China Quit India' campaign on Aug 9

new Delhi. The National Federation of Traders Confederation of All India Traders (CAT) has announced the launch of the China Quit India campaign from August 9. Kat said in a statement that a new China Quit India campaign will be launched against China on August 9 under its national campaign for boycott of Chinese goods, Indian goods-our pride. Quit India Day is celebrated on August 9.

CAT General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal said that on this day, merchants will hold public demonstrations in all the 600 cities of all states, following all the rules of social distance and safety. Khandelwal said that the way China has captured India's retail market through Chinese products in the last 20 years under a long plan, and keeping in view the changed circumstances, the Chinese market will be able to market the country with Chinese products. It is very important to liberate and create a self-sufficient Indian market.

He said that the people of the country supported the recent campaign of celebrating Rakshabandhan festival with Hindustani Rakhi and boycotted the Chinese Rakhi completely, which has caused China to lose business worth four thousand crores. Kat said that all the upcoming festivals celebrated in the country will be celebrated using Indian goods only. No Chinese goods will be used in these festivals.

This post was published on August 7, 2020 9:47 am

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