Traders raise ante against ‘social evils’
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 30: The Kashmir Traders and Manufacturers’ Federation today organized a seminar on ‘social evils’.
Speakers at the seminar impressed the need for checking “social evils” including “wastage in marriages.”
“Time has come to launch a vigorous campaign against all social evil including wastage in marriages, drug abuse among youngsters, female foeticide and other evils in the society,” they said.
President KTMF Mushtaq Sagar and General Secretary KTMF Mushtaq Darial were present on the occasion.
The seminar which was held in the Conference Hall of the Meridian Hotel, Srinagar was presided over by Justice Bashir Kirmani.
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