Regal Arcade traders hold protests
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 17: The Traders Federation of Regal Arcade on Monday staged protest demonstrations against the Khidmat Complex management saying the latter had failed to deliver their promises resulting in business losses.
Not only this the protesting traders said instead of feeling sorry for their failure, the Khidmat complex management was resorting to “hooliganism by threatening the shopkeepers to vacate from there.”
The TFRA President Farooq Ahmed Ganie said the Khidmat people had assured the traders that they would be provided proper parking facilities apart from a separate entrance to the complex in the City centre.
“But in reality they have done nothing and there is every possibility that the space meant for parking will be illegally sold out,” the TFRA president said.
“Besides, there are complaints of harassment from our colleagues. And the same happened today when one of us was being forcibly thrown out of the complex,” the annoyed traders said.
The traders appealed the Congress leadership including the party High Command Sonia Gandhi, Professor Saif-Ud-Din Soz and Ghulam Nabi Azad to look into the matter.
Despite repeated attempts, the Khidmat trust people couldn’t be contacted for comment.
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Lastupdate on : Mon, 17 Oct 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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