No Chinese Rakhi: Traders association boycotted Chinese Rakhi in Chhattisgarh

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As this time, due to coronavirus breakout, there will be no celebration for Rakhi. Still, the good news is that the traders association boycotted the Chinese Rakhi, and from now only made in India Rakhi will be tied on the wrist of the brothers by their beloved sisters and sisters-in-law. This year people will celebrate Rakshabandhan by staying quarantine as from the safety point of view.

Due to COVID-19 widespread, the situation is challenging in the whole state in Raipur alone found more than 200 COVID positive in one day. It is the reason why government requested to the people of the Chhattisgarh to stay home and stay safe. The whole state is under lockdown, any types of public gatherings and celebration are banned. However, during day time you can go out to purchase the daily needs, but after 6 PM (depends upon city) no one is allowed to break the lockdown.

Place the order of Rakhi via online 

Seeing the current situation, the association has also started taking online orders. Now you can order your favourite Rakhi on one click, and the seller will deliver the product as per the order. For that they started sending a message to all the customers, they have to select the product they want and have to place the order.

Boycott of Chinese products?

During a recent clash on the LAC border between India and China, several soldiers were martyr from both the side. After the incident, a voice was raised against Chinese products, the Indian government also banned 59 Chinese application and recently again banned 44 Chinese application.

In India the market share of China is still a problem for the local and small vendors, there is a massive gap in the import and export ratio of India and China, and it is directly affecting the small scale industries and manufacturers. However, specific measurements and changes in the trade policy has been stood up by the central government of India. A stats below showing a decline of export from India by 2020.

The trader association also supports the prohibition on Chinese goods; they further took one step ahead and boycotted Chinese Rakhi. The association decided to sell only made in India products only, and this step will not only help to grow the local market but also will give the occupation to the neediest. 

Earlier also a downfall in the market of Chinese smartphone brand MI has been seen. The public also wants to push the made in India brands whether it is in the segment of Rakhi or the smartphones.

Also read the article on 5549 recruitment on the health department in Chhattisgarh

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