CCIK raises power problem
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Srinagar, Dec 5: President, Chamber of Commerce and Industries-Kashmir (CCIK), M Afzal Parray today said the acute shortage of electricity in the Valley is causing huge losses to the business community.
He said on the onset of winter every year, the Valley experiences power shortage that puts a lot of pressure to the business community as well as the common masses.
He said power condition remained bad both in non-metered as well as metered areas. “The government had at least promised to the metered areas that they would get round the clock supply. But although initially the metered areas were provided with uninterrupted power supply, now they too have been facing huge power shortage besides low voltage,” he said.
He appealed the government to look into the matter.
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