Delhi

Traders’ body disappointed with Budget

The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) said the Interim Budget had utterly neglected the trading community.

‘Feel unwanted’

Union office-bearers said while every other section of the economy had been given relief, the trading community has been made to feel unwanted. It added that the CAIT would send fresh memorandums to the Prime Minister and Finance Minister urging them to take care of traders.

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