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DYFI, CITU demand shutting down of Reliance Fresh

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Protest entry: Cadres of Democratic Youth Federation of India staging a demonstration in front of the newly-opened Reliance Fresh store in Tirupur on Tuesday.

TIRUPUR: Members of the Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) and CITU Pavement Vendors’ Association on Tuesday staged a demonstration in front of the newly-opened Reliance Fresh outlet at SAP Theatre here urging the Governments not to allow multinational companies into retail trade.

Led by P.S. Mani, president of CITU Pavement Vendors’ Association, cadres raised slogans against the Governments for allowing the multinationals into retail trade.

Burnt in effigy

They said it would ruin the lives of millions of small traders and vendors.

The agitators, including the CITU district secretary M. Chandran, and president K. Unnikrishnan, demanded shutting down of the Reliance shop.

Despite the presence of a large posse of police, the protesters managed to burn an effigy in front of the shop.

P. Ramamurthy, district president of DYFI, warned that the Reliance Fresh should withdraw from the retail business otherwise they would create a situation by mobilising thousands of youth and small traders where in the Reliance Fresh could not run the business.

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