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Jewelers of old city of Hyderabad holding placards participating in The one-day strike.

Jewelers of old city of Hyderabad holding placards participating  in The one-day strike All India protest against the government’s rule of mandatory ‘PAN card’ on sale-purchase of jewellery worth over Rs 2 lakh, all gems and Jewellery stores in Secunderabad and Hyderabad where remain closed on Wednesday. The one-day strike, participation of about 100,000 jewellers across India under more than 200 associations, is the first of many such large-scale strikes being organised ahead of the 2016 Budget in a bid to pressure the government to revoke the new norms, and to come out with a clear demarcation between gold and gold jewellery purchases. Pic:Style photo service.
Jewelers of old city of Hyderabad holding placards participating in The one-day strike All India protest against the government’s rule of mandatory ‘PAN card’ on sale-purchase of jewellery worth over Rs 2 lakh, all gems and Jewellery stores in Secunderabad and Hyderabad where remain closed on Wednesday. The one-day strike, participation of about 100,000 jewellers across India under more than 200 associations, is the first of many such large-scale strikes being organised ahead of the 2016 Budget in a bid to pressure the government to revoke the new norms, and to come out with a clear demarcation between gold and gold jewellery purchases. Pic:Style photo service.

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