After Pulwama attack, CAIT declared ‘India Closed’ on 18th Feb

New Delhi :The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), a business organization against the terrorist attack on the convoy of CRPF in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir, has decided to ‘India Closed’ on 18th February.

There will be no business activity on that day. Confederation of All India Traders, a business organization, appealed to support all states and cities to make India closed a success.

Let me tell you that, 40 CRPF soldiers were martyred in a horrific suicide attack of Jaish-e-Mohammed on Thursday in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Along with this, many soldiers were badly injured in Pulwama attack and CAIT strongly condemn the incident. Confederation of All India Traders said in a statement issued to the press that there is lot of resentment in the traders and the citizens about the attack.

CAIT has organized a shutdown on 18th February to show the solidarity of merchants with the families of the nation and martyrs, after deciding the ‘India Trade Closed’.

Confederation of All India Traders has also demanded a three-day state mourning in memory of martyrs. The terror attack has been strongly condemned by the CAIT.

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