Keep shops open till late night: KTF
Srinagar, Aug 16: All Kashmir Traders’ Federation Zainakadal today appealed the traders to keep their shops and business establishments open till late night in the run up to Eid.
At a meeting of its constituent members here today, the Federation said that traders should keep their shops open till late hours in the evening for the convenience of the customers.
According to spokesperson, in the meeting all the members appealed the management of J&K Bank to keep the branches open on Sunday, if moon is not sighted on Saturday.
The meeting was attended by Nazir Ahmad, Umer Ganie, Farooq Ahmad and Abdul Hamid besides other members of the federation.
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