CAIT demands power amnesty for traders

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Srinagar: The Confederation of All India Traders, Kashmir Unit, President Farhan Kitab has appealed the LG administration to grant power amnesty for traders of Kashmir province.

As per the statement, Kitab said “The cases of power fee for the traders, who suffered market slump and other loses in the past, be resolved on lines of amnesty for domestic consumers with installments spanning over 24 months.”

“Another issue of GST was discussed in the meeting where in it resolved that the government should come up with helpline for the traders of Kashmir province as otherwise they face inconvenience even in clarification of doubts on taxation,” Kitab said.

He also appealed the government to hold awareness campaigns on GST for traders.

Meanwhile Peer Imtiyaz ul Hassan General Secretary of the Kashmir unit said the smart City project should be executed in a way that “markets don’t suffer due to dug up roads.”

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