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“It is unfortunate that some fringe organisations with vested interests keep peddling their agenda,” the Flipkart spokesperson said, adding that vested interests are against the entrepreneurial spirit that the government wants to kindle in the country to create jobs and support wealth and economic growth creators.
A response could not be elicited from Amazon India.
The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) claimed that small retailers have suffered at the hands of Amazon, Flipkart and other e-commerce portals for the last one year, leading to decline in their business.
“These companies can easily be termed as economic terrorists and a major roadblock in making India a USD 5 trillion economy vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” the traders’ body said.
“We expect the government to take immediate action against Amazon and Flipkart and either they should follow the policy or wind up their business activities from India,” it added.
Flipkart, on the other hand, said innovation and tech-driven digital commerce is central to India’s dream of a USD 5 trillion dollar economy.
It said e-commerce was enabling the success of MSMEs, kiranas, farmers and also creating new livelihood opportunities while supporting formalisation of the economy and bringing in more tax revenue to the exchequer.
“Over the last five years, we have created lakhs of new jobs through our deep investments in infrastructure and the seller ecosystem and have built several hundred path-breaking innovations through our technology and engineering team,” the Flipkart spokesperson said.
CAIT alleged that an unholy cartel of e-commerce companies, brand owning companies and banks was involved in ensuring predatory pricing and deep discounting on e-commerce portals of Amazon and Flipkart, and demanded a comprehensive investigation against this nexus.
It also demanded severe action against the e-commerce players as well as brands and banks.