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Bharat Bandh: Markets will be closed in the country on February 26

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The Bharat Bandh has been called on 26 February to demand a review of the provisions of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) on behalf of the Federation of Trade Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT). The All India Transporters Welfare Association (AITWA) has supported the call for the closure of CAIT.

On behalf of the All India Transporters Welfare Association, it was said that they will also block the support of CAIT, rising fuel prices and e-way bill. Let it be said that on February 26, under the leadership of CAIT, India has been announced to withdraw the absurd and irrational provisions of GST and demand a ban on e-commerce company Amazon.

CAIT said that there will be protest demonstrations at 1,500 places across the country against the recent provisions of GST. The organization has called for a review of the GST system and further simplifying the tax slabs and making it more logical for traders to comply with the rules.

Mahendra Arya, national president of the All India Transporters Welfare Association, said the association would jam the wheel to support CAIT. AITWA seeks the elimination of the e-way bill. He said that the transport industry is facing problems due to the ever-increasing prices of petrol and diesel in the country. The central government should reduce fuel prices.

A statement issued by CAIT said that all commercial markets across the country will remain closed and picketing will be held in various cities of all states. More than 40,000 traders’ associations across the country will support the shutdown. The statement said that in the last four years, there have been around 950 amendments to GST. The GST portal includes frequent technical glitches and compliance pressures in the system’s drawbacks. Voluntary compliance is the key to the success of the GST system, as more people will join the indirect tax system. This will increase the tax base and increase revenue.

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Here are top five selling cars in India right now: Watch list

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The Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza was the largest-selling sub-4metre compact SUV in India in March 2021. It was followed by the Hyundai Venue, Mahindra Bolero, Tata Nexon and Kia Sonet. Let us have a look at the sales numbers of all these models for the month of March 2021.

Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza – 11,274 units

Continuing its hold over the sub-4metre compact SUV segment, the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza emerged as the best-seller with sales of 11,274 units in March 2021. It is priced between 7.51 lakh and Rs 11.41 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Hyundai Venue – 10,722 units

Following the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza was the Hyundai Venue with sales of 10,722 units in March 2021. The Venue is available in the price range of Rs 6.87 lakh to Rs 11.67 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Mahindra Bolero – 8,905 units

The third best-selling sub-4metre compact SUV in March 2021 was the Mahindra Bolero with sales of 8,905 units. It is offered in the price bracket of Rs 8.17 lakh to Rs 9.14 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Tata Nexon – 8,683 units

At the fourth position was the Tata Nexon with sales of 8,683 units in March 2021. The Nexon’s price starts at Rs 7.10 lakh and goes up to Rs 12.79 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Kia Sonet – 8,498 units

The fifth and final position on the list of the top five best-selling compact SUVs in March 2021 was occupied by the Kia Sonet, which registered sales of 8,498 units. Its price ranges from Rs 6.79 lakh to Rs 13.19 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

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