Dipen Agrawal, President of Chamber of Associations of Maharashtra Industry and Trade (CAMIT) said that Indian economy being agriculture based, trader, farmers & citizens are on the same platform as all the three are inter-dependent one another to earn their livelihood.
Dipen Agrawal on behalf of business community of Maharashtra expressed solidarity with farmers and said that CAMIT stands with them to voice their demands in a peaceful manner.
He appealed to the Union Government to sympathetically consider the legitimate demands of farmers and conclude the same to a logical end as soon as possible. The prolonged agitation of farmers will adversely effect the government’s efforts for early recovery of our economy from pandemic crisis, he added.
Dipen Agrawal assured farmers that trading community of the State is with them in their fight for justice but due to prolonged closure of business activities during last seven months it is not possible for traders to pull down shutters now. Hence traders though stand with farmers on the issue however they shall not close their shops tomorrow on 8th December 2020.