Bharat E Market: CAIT launches a mobile supplier integration application for its e-commerce portal “Bharat e Market”
CAIT said its “purely Indian” Bharat e Market portal will comply with all of the country’s rules and regulations.
CAIT has engaged in a tirade against foreign e-commerce companies, accusing them of violating the standards of the country’s FDI policy – a charge denied by the companies.
CAIT Secretary General Praveen Khandelwal said that “the way the e-commerce market is greatly vitiated by foreign e-commerce entities through their arbitrariness and violation of the country’s rules and laws, it was essential to create a portal e-commerce platform entirely dedicated to traders and consumers in India. ”
The body of traders aims to integrate 7 lakh traders on the portal by December of this year and 1 crore traders by December 2023.
More than 40,000 trade associations across the country will play a crucial role in integrating traders, he said.
“Most importantly, there will be no fee for setting up an e-dukan and no commission on doing business on the portal. Other e-commerce portals charge 5-35% commission on transactions made. on their portal, “Khandelwal said at a press conference.
He said that no foreign investment in the portal will be accepted and user data will remain in India.
In addition, no Chinese products will be allowed for sale on the portal, Khandelwal said, adding that special emphasis will be given to products made by women entrepreneurs, artisans and craftspeople.
“The portal will comply with all government rules and regulations both in letter and in spirit,” Khandelwal added.
CAIT National President BC Bhartia said that in accordance with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s bugle call from “vocal for local” and “Aatmanirbhar Bharat”, CAIT has developed its Bharat e Market portal which will provide opportunities B2B and B2C business.