West Bengal traders body Tuesday said they would join the proposed national strike of traders on September 28 to protest the Flipkart-Walmart deal and FDI in retail trade. It is for the first time in the country that about seven crore voters across the country will participate in a Bharat Trade Bandh on September 28 for protection of their rights and business, Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) secretary general Rabishankar Roy said. Though West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has urged to reconsider the bandh owing to festive season, but as the strike call is at the national level, we dont have any right to reconsider, he said. There are 30-40 lakh traders in the state. The bandh has been called by the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT). West Bengal bandh today Live Updates: Trains halted, buses vandalised; TMC-BJP fight over students It is regretted that knowing well the ill affects, the MNCs are being given a passage to enter the retail trade of the country, he said in a statement. The traders are feeling neglected and they are concerned over the future of their business, he said.