Provide uninterrupted power supply: Traders
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, Aug 23: All Kashmir Traders Federation Shahr-e-Khaas, Zaina Kadal in Old City here have appealed the PDD authorities to provide uninterrupted power supply in view of Holy month of Ramadan.
After chairing a meeting with the members, president of the Federation, Nazir Ahmad Shah said in absence of uninterrupted power supply, people face immense inconvenience. “We make a fervent appeal to the PDD authorities to provide uninterrupted power supply in view of Holy month of Ramadan,” Shah said.
The Federation also appealed the JK Bank Zonal Head, Bashir Ahmad to keep the Bank’s Zaina Kadal branch open during holidays upto Eid-ul-Fitr for convenience of the people.
Among others, the meeting was attended by vice president, Nisar Ahmad Zargar, General secretary Umar Gani and Abdul Hamid Buch.
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