Srinagar: Chamber of Commerce & Industries-Kashmir (CCIK) has demanded augmentation of basic facilities in the summer capital.
In a statement CCIK said, “people in general are being deprived of basic necessities like drinking water and day to day necessities of life. While it is being loudly advertised that people are being provided with ease of living whereas the fact is otherwise. We were promised un-interrupted power supply 24x7 but to our dismay we are being subjected to unscheduled power cuts.”
“The condition of communications which is the life line of a place is in shambles. It seems the administration has kept its eyes shut as otherwise all these short coming are visible to everyone,” it said.
“Some time back the CCIK had pointed out to the administration the pitiable condition of the road leading from Nowpora towards Boulevard, the so-called main hub of tourism, where the bailey bridge has been erected without any planning and is proving a big bottle neck to the approach towards the Boulevard, thereby causing inconvenience and huge delays. This leaves an adverse impression on the tourists,” it added.