The Congress will gherao the Parliament House on July 18 to protest against the Goods and Services Tax, claiming that the implementation of the tax regime in its present form will affect traders as well as the common people.
Maken said that several lakh people demonstrated against the GST in Surat in Gujarat.
"The DPCC chief today convened a meeting in which it was announced that a gherao of Parliament House would be held to protest against the GST in its present form on July 18," the DPCC said in a statement.
Maken said Delhi's traders were "fed up with the GST".
"Adverse impact of GST was not only affecting the traders, but also the common people," he said.
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