In The Villages Near Johannesburg, Gujaratis Risk Their Lives
Kheda – A lot of Anand district’s their lives can risk in nearby villages of South Africa’s Johannesburg. The atmosphere of the South African government has become tense due to a one-ton tax protest. Their Lives a risk in nearby villages of South Africa’s Johannesburg.
So there are incidents of fire and robbery in shops. The charity traders settled in South Africa also suffered heavy losses.
AHMEDABAD: A one-percent tax exemption in Africa
The Kheda – Thousands of Gujarat youth including Anand district have gone for a job in South Africa’s Pretoria and Johannesburg and for permanent residency for many years.
Most of which are employed, some have started the shops and even made big businesses. But in Africa, there has been a lot of resentment against one percent tax.
There are incidents of firing and fire firing in villages near Johnsburg. So People have come on the road and fatalities and fires are happening. Some youths of Charotar can trap in the shops.
Naughty crowds raided
The Dipenbhai Patel of Pipali village of Borsad said that there has been an outcry in small villages near Johannesburg. Naughty crowds have sabotaged. The shops can burn.
Worried about the contact going broke
The Family members of Charter’s Zarola, Pipali, Anand, Nadiad, live in South Africa. Trying to contact him. But they can not contact.