Associated Chamber of Commerce and Industries-Kashmir (CCIK) has demanded conciliation of a proposed exhibition on an evacuee property on Boulevard.
"A piece of land at tourist hub Boulevard is a nuisance forone and all. Being a no construction zone, the Evacuee Property Department hasfound a novel way to generate revenue by renting it out periodically forexhibitions. This not only creates noise pollution but hinders smooth trafficflow which leads to jams, besides all the filth and polythene ultimately reachto Dal Lake," a statement issued by CCIK reads.
The CCIK has appealed the LAWDA and District MagistrateSrinagar to get the proposed exhibition cancelled forthwith.
All the laws for the protection and preservation of famouswater body Dal Lake is defeated by none other than Evacuee Property Departmentby organising the exhibitions on the property, it said.
"CCIK has time and again requested the concerned to convertthis patch of land into a sitting place for walking tourists with all seasonornamental flowers. This will not only be environment friendly but anattraction and a facility to the tourists," it said.