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September 19, 2020 16:47:00 | Irfan Yattoo

KCCI president welcomes govt's economic package for business revival

President Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industries (KCCI) Shiekh Ashiq welcomed the economic revival package announced by LG led administration on Saturday.

Talking to Rising Kashmir, Ashiq welcomed the LG led administration and stated that chamber had demanded setting of time bound revival committee.

"We appreciate the working of revival committee headed by advisor to LG KK Sharma, Arun Mehta and JK Bank Chairman. They have worked tirelessly and whole finance department who worked on the report and later was submitted to LG," he said.

Ashiq said LG administration had worked on fast track basis and termed the decision as appropriate step.

"We are studying all aspects of this package and if there will any deficiency at any end, then same will be submitted to administration," he said.

KCCI president also said that their demands were divided into two parts one for JK government and other for central government.

"We are hopeful that remaining points would be raised with the central government, as it will act as big push for our business revival," he said.

 

 

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September 19, 2020 16:47:00 | Irfan Yattoo

KCCI president welcomes govt's economic package for business revival

              

President Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industries (KCCI) Shiekh Ashiq welcomed the economic revival package announced by LG led administration on Saturday.

Talking to Rising Kashmir, Ashiq welcomed the LG led administration and stated that chamber had demanded setting of time bound revival committee.

"We appreciate the working of revival committee headed by advisor to LG KK Sharma, Arun Mehta and JK Bank Chairman. They have worked tirelessly and whole finance department who worked on the report and later was submitted to LG," he said.

Ashiq said LG administration had worked on fast track basis and termed the decision as appropriate step.

"We are studying all aspects of this package and if there will any deficiency at any end, then same will be submitted to administration," he said.

KCCI president also said that their demands were divided into two parts one for JK government and other for central government.

"We are hopeful that remaining points would be raised with the central government, as it will act as big push for our business revival," he said.