DRC for funds to maintain existing godowns
‘Check markets to curb black-marketing’
Srinagar, Aug 3: Departmental Related Committee (DRC) on CA&PD of Legislative Council on Wednesday recommended for keeping provision of funds for maintenance of existing godowns of the state.
The Committee, which met under the Chairmanship of B R Kundal discussed in detail the functioning of CA&PD department. The Committee suggested for frequent market checking to curb the profiteering and black-marketing.
The Committee stressed for displaying rate lists by shopkeepers, vegetable sellers and ensures no over-charging by the traders. It also directed the authorities to publicize the people about the availability of food grains and other commodities through media.
Legislators, Nerash Kumar Gupta, Bashir Ahmad Magray and Muhammad Ashraf Mir gave their suggestions for the improvement of the department.
Earlier, Commissioner/Secretary, CA&PD Pradeep Gupta briefed the committee through Power Point presentation about the achievements registered by the department. He informed that based on the recommendations of the Wadwah Committee, the GOI has allotted additional 1604 tons of rice and 531 tons of wheat for three months from August to October 2011 at BPL issue prices for the 3 districts including Doda, Kupwara and Poonch.
Director, CA&PD Jammu Parvez Ahmad Malik informed the meeting sufficient quantity of K. Oil is available in Jammu division.
Secretary Council Secretariat Muhammad Ashraf Mir, Director, CA&PD Kashmir, Tak and other senior officers of CA&PD and Assembly Secretariat attended the meeting.
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