Say no to China- CREDAI to real estate developers

In a quest to support the 'Boycott China movement', CREDAI, the apex body of the real estate developers has urged its members along with 250 industries linked to the sector to stop using China-made goods and focus only on Made in India.The move has come to show the solidarity and tribute to the Galwan Valley Martyrs.

Due to the COVID-19, already there has been indefinite delay in the goods supply chain from China putting the ongoing projects on halt. Now CREDAI has asked its members to start using locally sourced materials and products so that there is no further delay.

In a statement, Satish Magar, President, CREDAI National, said, “We appeal to our member developers not to depend on Chinese goods and embrace Swadeshi or Made in India way of life and business. Credai requests all the 250 allied industries which are linked to the real estate sector to manufacture these products locally, especially the ones which are currently being imported from China and support the economy at large."

The move resonates the sentiments shown by Prime Minister Narendra Modi who has urged people to use 'Make in India' and be 'Vocal for local.'

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