Discuss problems faced by the sector
SRINAGAR: To discuss problems faced by automobile sector of the state, the Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) on Friday convened a meeting with representatives of leading automobile dealerships of the state and sought suggestions for bringing transparency to this sector, an official press note read. President KCCI, Javid Ahmad Tenga chaired the meeting. The sector was represented by Irfan Ahmad Narwaroo, MD Jamkash Vehicleades and other members.
According to the press note, various problems like online registration of vehicles, cumbersome process for issuance of driving licenses and for passing of vehicles were discussed in detail. Several suggestions were put forth by the experts. The filing of a Public Interest Litigation in the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir seeking quashing of orders seeking assisted registration of vehicles by dealers was deliberated upon.
Tenga assured the stakeholders that his organisation would be exploring the possibility of becoming a party in the matter, with the view of assisting the high court for bringing transparency in government policies and convenience to the general public and consumers, the press note read.