Parking, supply of goods and encroachment of roads and footpath were discussed
Srinagar: The Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) held an interactive meeting with Basant Rath,Inspector General of Police (IGP), Traffic last week.
According to a statement, the meeting was chaired by Javid Ahmad Tenga, president KCCI, and representatives from other associations including Polo-View Traders Association, The Bund/Residency Road Association, Hari Singh High Street Association.
The statement said that several important issues were discussed in detail relating to traffic management in the central business district and other areas. In this regard the problems being faced by the business community with regard to parking, supply of goods and encroachment of roads and footpath were discussed in detail.
KCCI appreciated the zeal and dedication shown by the traffic department in regulating traffic despite being woefully short of requisite manpower, it reads.
It said that in this regard the Chamber reiterates its earlier request to the government for augmentation the number of personnel engaged for traffic management.
Tenga appreciated the patience of Basant Rath, who was sympathic to the problems faced by business community and the difficult circumstances in which they run their business establishments.
Tenga informed that Rath assured the business community that all possible facilitation would be extended for smooth conduct of business.