CAIT Survey Reveals That 96 Percent Traders Of Delhi Are Demanding To Open Market Daily

Most of the traders of Delhi have demanded to open the market everyday. This has been revealed in the survey of CAIT (Confederation of All India Traders). In fact, CAIT conducted a survey among traders on the decision to continue the COVID restrictions in the capital. In this, 96 percent traders demanded to open the market for the whole week. At the same time, 97 percent of the traders have insisted on strictly following the COVID safety rules. The special thing is that 72 percent of the traders are angry with the politicization of this issue by Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal.

Business down by 60% 

86 percent of traders believe that due to Corona, their business has decreased by 60 percent in 20 days. Earlier, CAIT also wrote a letter to Delhi Lieutenant Governor regarding this. In this, a demand was also made to give concession in COVID restrictions in Delhi. Also, CAIT suggested that the odd-even system has failed in Delhi. Apart from the trouble to the people, the business of Delhi has also suffered. Therefore the odd-even and weekend curfew should be abolished. At the same time, CAIT laid more emphasis on strict adherence to COVID rules.