Traders protest against padlock sealing
– Photo: Amar Ujala
Traders led by the Federation of Sadar Bazar Traders Association have opened a front against the seal hunt in Delhi. Traders protested against this on Wednesday by hanging a lock around their neck. Announced that they will hand over the memorandum on foot to the Lieutenant Governor on Thursday. He said show-cause announcements have now started to come in as well. This prevents the business class from doing its business properly. There is an atmosphere of fear among the merchants because of the sword hanging from the ceiling.
The president of the association, Paramjit Singh Pamma, said the protest will continue until the ceiling sword ends. On Thursday, traders will march on foot and submit a memorandum to Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena. On this occasion, Rajinder Sharma and Yogendra Chaudhary said that this movement will continue for a long time. Until the seal of the shops is opened, the traders remain on the street. Before that, under the chairmanship of Chairman Pamma and President Rakesh Yadav, the injured traders took to the streets to protest by hanging the ceiling lock around their necks.
On this occasion Chaudhary Yogendra Singh, Federation Executive President, General Secretary Rajinder Sharma and other traders put forward slogans including MCD hi-hi, stop the sealing action and demanded to stop the sealing action. Federation President Yadav said Sadar Bazar’s trader has become frustrated with the sealing. For this reason, we must now take to the streets and protest.