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Delhi traders on 72-hour bandh against sealing

October 25, 2006 16:06 IST

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Traders in the capital will observe a 72-hour bandh starting from October 30 to protest the MCD's sealing drive.

Making the announcement today, General Secretary of the Confederation of All India Traders Praveen Khandelwal said if the government fails to take any decision during the bandh period, the traders may go on an indefinite strike.

The decision to go on strike comes as the Supreme Court-ordered sealing drive against trading activities in residential areas is set to resume from November 1.

The traders will also surround the Delhi Assembly on the opening day of its winter session.

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