E-commerce rules should be implemented immediately without any further delay. More than one lakh shops in the country have been closed due to big e-tailers which is against the rules.
Ignoring the rules doing e-commerce
In a strongly worded letter to Consumer Affairs Secretary Leela Nandan today, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAT) has cautioned that any move to derail the implementation of the proposed e-commerce rules under the Consumer Protection Act will not be allowed. There will be strong opposition from the business community of the country.
In order to free the Indian e-commerce business from the horrific clutches of big e-commerce companies, traders are eagerly awaiting the enforcement of regulations that will also provide a neutral e-commerce landscape in India,
Traders of the country will strongly oppose
CAIT National President BC Bhartia and National General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal clarified that this message has been sent to remind that whenever any attempt has been made by the government to regulate these e-commerce businesses in the past, there has been some vested interest. The e-tailers have created irrational ruckus and have also tried to hide their misdeeds under irrelevant and fabricated arguments which have no basis. By doing so, they have tried to create confusion in the minds of various government departments/bureaucrats so that they are forced to rescind their efforts to regulate e-commerce for the benefit of consumers and public and unfortunately those efforts have been thwarted. been failed.
One lakh shops are closed
E-commerce rules should be implemented immediately without any further delay. More than one lakh shops in the country have been closed due to malpractices of big e-tailers resulting in more unemployment and being the aggrieved party, traders of India should express their displeasure and dissatisfaction and take any action. Rights Reserved. The weakening of e-commerce rules will send a strong message across the country that both the government and the bureaucracy have succumbed to pressure from large companies at the expense of India’s small businesses and this is in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of a “self-reliant India”. would be an unfavorable step. The time has come when India’s e-commerce business should be neutralized and also freed from the sinister clutches of big e-commerce companies.
It is necessary to implement the rules immediately
Bhartia and Khandelwal further said that it is necessary to implement the amendment in the rules immediately. Because a large number of e-commerce entities are still engaged in fraudulent transactions and defrauding consumers across the country. Large global e-tailers on the other hand are in gross violation of government law and policy by committing predatory pricing, loss financing, deep discounting and various other activities which are strictly prohibited under the policy and cause harm to consumers. Huh. There is no fear of law as till now they have been given a free hand to carry out anti-competitive and anti-consumer activities by taking advantage of loopholes in Indian laws and regulations and dominating the e-commerce business, as no action was not done. Against him by various government departments for his misdeeds in the past.
Discriminatory behavior will not work
According to CAIT, they have reason to believe that a distinction has been made between large e-commerce companies and small businesses by giving them lucrative favors. The business community of India is very angry with the present state of formation. And the implementation of necessary regulation is necessary to protect the interests of consumers. Therefore, CAIT is ready to take it to its logical end and the present government/bureaucracy under the able leadership of Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not bow down to any pressure from MNCs.
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