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CAIT holds nationwide protests against Amazon over allegations of selling drugs

The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) staged nationwide protests on November 24 against the e-commerce company Amazon for indulging unethical malpractices. The multinational technology company is again in news for selling drugs, chemicals used for bombs in Pulwana and for selling poison on their platform.

November 24, 2021 / 06:35 PM IST
Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) staged nationwide protest on November 24 against the e-commerce company Amazon for indulging unethical malpractices. The multinational technology company is again in news for selling drugs, chemicals used for bombs in Pulwana and for selling poison on their platform. (Image: Twitter @CAITIndia)
Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) staged nationwide protests on November 24 against e-commerce giant Amazon for indulging in unethical practices. The multinational is in news for the alleged sale of drugs and banned chemicals used to make bombs that were used in the Pulwama attack. Amazon has also been accused of selling poison on its platform. (Image: Twitter @CAITIndia)
CAIT held protest across 500 districts pan-India against Amazon for selling illegal items on their e-commerce portal. (Image: Twitter @CAITIndia)
CAIT held protests across 500 districts against Amazon for allegedly selling illegal items on its e-commerce portal. (Image: Twitter @CAITIndia)
CAIT took to social media to announce the details of the protest. The trading community has listed three reasons for their protest against Amazon: selling drugs on their platform, selling chemicals used or making bombs in Pulwama attack, and GST council for hike in rates for textile and footwear. (Image: Twitter @CAITIndia)
CAIT took to social media to announce the details of the protest. The trading community has listed three reasons for their protest against Amazon: selling drugs on their platform, selling chemicals used in making bombs, and against GST Council for the hike in rates for textile and footwear. (Image: Twitter @CAITIndia)
Earlier, Madhya Pradesh police busted a racket of marijuana that was being sold as curry leaves through Amazon e-commerce portal. (Image: Twitter @CAITIndia)
Earlier, Madhya Pradesh Police busted a racket of marijuana that was being sold as curry leaves on the Amazon e-commerce portal. (Image: Twitter @CAITIndia)
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first published: Nov 24, 2021 01:58 pm

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