Vocal For Local, crores of businesses on Diwali

New Delhi: The market witnessed a good trend this year on Diwali. The result of this has been that 'Bricky has dropped all the old records.' Let me tell all of you that the market had softened considerably last year due to the covid epidemic, but this time the markets were heavily marketed and this led to a festive turnover of Rs 1.25 lakh crores. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) is said to have informed about the same.

Let me tell you that this year's business figures have broken the sales records of the last 10 years on Diwali. There was a time when the market was full of Chinese items but this time the market saw very few goods. Let me tell you all that the impact of China's actions on the border was clearly seen in the Indian domestic market. On the other hand, according to the Confederation of All India Traders, Indian consumers preferred Indian goods (Vocal for local) this time, directly causing a direct loss of over Rs 50,000 crores to Chinese exporters.

Let me tell you all that the economic slowdown that has been going on for two years has come down to a great extent due to continuous buying in the market. The wedding season is coming soon and the traders who are preparing for it are also enthusiastic about it. Let me tell you that CAIT National President BC Bhartia and General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal say that this year's Diwali festival has seen a purchase of about Rs 1.25 lakh crores across the country and Delhi alone has clocked a turnover of 25,000 crores rupees, a record figure so far in the last decade.

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