Rangreth unemployed youth appeal Transport Minister
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Srinagar, Nov 22: The unemployed youth of Rangreth area said after doing “beg, borrow and steal” they had procured Tata Sumos and other cabs to own livelihood by running them as Taxis but added that the concerned authorities weren’t granting them permission to run the business.
A delegation of local youth complained that even though all the requisite formalities have been completed, the concerned authorities in the Regional Transport Office were yet to give a nod.
They appealed the Transport Minister, Qamar Ali Akhoon to look into the matter.
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