PHDCCI Kashmir Delegation Calls On Lt Governor

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SRINAGAR: A delegation of PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Kashmir on Friday called on the Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha here at the Raj Bhavan.

Lt Governor Manoj Sinha meeting delegation of PHDCCI Kashmir

The delegation comprises of its Chairman, Baldev Singh Raina and Mentor, Mushtaq Ahmad Chaya submitted a 20-Point agenda suggesting various measures for relief and meaningful revival & survival of the Business Sector in the UT of J&K.

The members of the delegation lauded the UT Government for promptly addressing the concern of the business community and inviting suggestions and inputs for the revival of the economy of Union Territory of J&K.

They also sought Lt Governor’s intervention for the nomination of PHDCCI, J&K in all Boards, Advisory Committees, Task Forces, Apex Level Consultative Committee (ALCC) and District Level Monitoring Committee (DMC).

The Lt Governor observed that the UT Government is well versed with the issues of the business community and is taking comprehensive measures to bring reforms in all major economic sectors, besides mitigating the economic stress caused due to COVID-19 pandemic.

The UT Government is implementing all the best practices of people’s centric governance and all the stakeholders will be taken on board while formulating policies and other related issues, he added.

The Lt Governor said that a Committee headed by Advisor to the Lt Governor, Kewal Kumar Sharma, has already been constituted for Relief and Revival of Business Sector in Jammu and Kashmir. The Committee would work out modalities for the economic revival and propose measures for extending the much-needed support to the business community. The Government has also extended the last date for availing of benefits under the Power Amnesty Scheme up to 30th September 2020.

He also assured the members of the delegation that the suggestion made by them will be taken up for consideration and the genuine issues projected by them would be looked into meticulously for their early redressal.

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