All Delhi Computer Traders Association are still facing issues which are not coming to any result. Unethical online practice is one, apart from this there are number of manifestos which had made the offline market as their victims.
All Delhi Computer Traders Association has called a meeting where all IT dealers are invited to hold discussions and keep their views to make this fight more effective.
All Delhi Computer Traders Association had filed CBI investigation few months back against un-ethical business practice of e-commerce portals to investigate their business model. But all efforts by ADCTA is not giving any result.
After two hearing session has done by Competition Commission of India, CCI rejected allegations of unfair business practices against five online retail majors – Flipkart, Snapdeal, Amazon, Jabong and Myntra.
“We had inquired from CCI office about ADCTA submission, which is not mentioned in CCI order. CCI guided us for Appellate Tribunal for our concerns in writing. We have time of 30 days to file appeal, and we are in process to do that, commented on CCI order Swarn Singh, Secretary of ADCTA (Delhi).
“We are repeatedly saying that we are not against e-commerce, we are against the un-ethical business practice opted by few e-tailers, in other words backdoor entry of FDI in retail. There is a partly solution in this matter and e-commerce companies should consider this in right way” added Swarn Singh, Secretary of ADCTA (Delhi).
According to offline market if e-portals companies are only selling platform as they claim to be. They must allow their sellers to raise Tax Invoice and sell their product line to traders with no quantity restrictions. In that way, at least our concern about generation of black money & tax evasion will be over.
Association has decided to appeal again to hear orders which claim to be equal and transparent business models in favor of whole trader community.