CCCI observes daylong ‘bandh’

CCCI observes daylong ‘bandh’

Raipur, March 21
To protest against surveys and raids conducted by Income Tax department, Chhattisgarh Chamber of Commerce and Industries (CCCI) today observed a daylong bandh in the state capital. The bandh called by CCCI recorded remarkable response and busy market stretches in the city acquired deserted look.
Notably, to express their protest against crackdowns, CCCI is going to observe statewide bandh on March 22.
If IT survey and raids will continue, traders are going to keep their business establishment closed for indefinite period and also handover keys of their establishment to Governor, cautioned CCCI.

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