Soz calls on Guv, discusses prevailing situation
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Srinagar, Sept 19: Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) chief and former union minister
Prof Saifuddin Soz today called on the governor NN Vohra, here on Sunday, to discuss the prevailing situation in the state.
ďSoz met governor Sunday morning and held detailed deliberations with regard to the current situation across the state and particularly in ValleyĒ, sources close to Soz said adding that the visit of All Party Delegation (APD) to the state also came for discussion.
Though the exact details of the meeting were not know, sources claimed that Soz also discussed his partyís stand on the issue and reiterated the commitment that his part would give all out support to the coalition government for restoration of peace and normalcy in the state.
Prof Soz also took up various matters with the state administration including movement of truck loads of fruit from various parts of Kashmir valley to Jammu and onwards without allowing any encumbrances.
Prof. Soz suggested to the State administration that convoys of truck carrying fruit from Kashmir must be allowed to move uninterrupted from 4, O clock in the morning till late in the night.
He further urged the state administration to ensure safe passage to fruit Ė laden trucks on the National High Way to Jammu and on wards.
Prof. Soz, as per a statement issued to the press, has been assured that free movement of truck loads of fruit will be ensured and all necessary safety measures will also be taken.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 19 Sep 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 19 Sep 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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