Friday, 17 July 2020

रक्षाबंधन स्पेशल: बहनें चीन को देंगी ₹4 हजार करोड़ का झटका | Rakshabandhan Special: Sisters will give ₹4 thousand crore blow to China on Rakhi

  • Rakshabandhan Special: Sisters will give ₹ 4 thousand crore blow to China on Rakhi!

  • Seven crore traders canceled orders for one thousand crores Chinese 'Rakhis', this time will be tied indigenous Rakhi

On Raksha Bandhan, the sisters will give a blow of ₹ 4 thousand crores to China. the business of 6 thousand crore on the festival of RakshaBandhan.

There is a business of 6 thousand crores on the festival of Rakshabandhan. Of this, China alone has a share of about 4 thousand crores. This time the emphasis is on indigenous rakhi. In such a situation, China is expected to suffer big losses.

Mumbai. Do not buy silk strings just to tie Molly on brother's wrist but do not buy Rakhi of China. Remember another brother is also standing on the border. With this big message, the festival of Rakhi will be celebrated across the country as 'Hindustani Rakhi' this year. No goods made in China will be used for making or selling rakhi. To spread this message across the country, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAT) has been running a multi-national campaign to boycott Chinese goods under the 'Indian goods-our pride', including Delhi, since June 10. Kat says that Rakhi will be the first festival after the start of this campaign so that China will know how strongly the country is determined to give China a big lesson by boycotting Chinese goods.

Kat says that this festival of Rakhi will cause a loss of trade of about 4 thousand crores rupees to China. According to an estimate on the festival of Rakhi in the country, about 6 thousand crore rupees are traded. In which the share of China alone is about 4 thousand crores. On the occasion of Rakhi, where the ashes made from China come, on the other hand, Rakhi making items like foam, paper foil, Rakhi thread, pearls, drops, decorative items above the Rakhi, etc. are also imported from China.

Women are getting employment in making rakhi

With this work of making Rakhis, where employment is being provided to women. At the same time, his art of making rakhi is also coming to the fore and this effort of CAT is a big step towards fulfilling Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call for 'Local on Vocal' and 'Self-reliant India'. This festival of Rakhis is living proof of the vigor and activity of women of different classes.

Women entrepreneurs are working in Anganwadis and houses and women living in kutcha settlements are making ashes. At the same time, along with a packet of 10 Rakhi, Roli and rice are also being kept and as a dessert, sugar candy is also being kept in a packet. In addition to Delhi, Nagpur, Bhopal, Gwalior, Surat, Kanpur, Tinsukia, Guwahati, Raipur, Bhubaneswar, Kolhapur, Jammu, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Puducherry, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Varanasi, Jhansi, Allahabad, etc. The work of distributing to the traders has been started.

Seven crore traders canceled orders for one thousand crores Chinese 'Rakhis', this time will be tied indigenous Rakhi

This time China is going to get a big blow from the silk door made in India. Seven crore merchants of the country have decided not to sell 'Rakhis' of China. Orders for China's 'Rakhis' worth about one thousand crore rupees have been canceled. Not only this, but extensive preparations are also on to decorate the indigenous bond on the wrist of the brothers. This will strengthen self-reliant India and provide employment to millions of people.

China's decision not to sell 'Rakhis' on Rakshabandhan

To give a befitting reply to China, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAT), an organization of the country's retail traders, has launched the Indian goods-our-campaign. Under this campaign, it has been decided not to sell Chinese ashes on Rakshabandhan. Seven crore retail merchants across the country associated with CAT will sell indigenous clans.

CAT's National General Secretary Pravin Khandelwal said that merchants from all over the country who have ordered rakhi from China have canceled orders worth about one thousand crores. Traders are encouraging local citizens to make and sell indigenous 'Rakhi' in all the provinces of India. 10 big wholesale dealers of Delhi have also canceled the order for 'Rakhis' from China. These traders used to sell one thousand crore Chinese Rukhi's across the country.

Bhuskuta Trust is building 'Rakhis'

In the Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh, millions of indigenous ash are being made by Bhau Saheb Bhuskute Trust, associated with Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Trust manager Dharmendra Gurjar said that hundreds of people are getting employment by making indigenous Rakhis. Attractive Rakhis are being made from bamboo and silk threads. These rakhis will be distributed at a very low price in 28 villages of the Hoshangabad district. The sisters studying in the educational institutions associated with the trust will decorate the indigenous ashes on the wrists of their brothers.

Running public awareness campaigns

State Secretary and Bhopal CAT spokesperson Vivek Sahu said that through CAT we will sell indigenous queues. This time the Chinese will not sell 'Rakhis'. Seven crore traders associated with the organization have given us consent. With this, our self-reliant India campaign will benefit more than one thousand crores in the country. Millions of people will get employment from it.

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