Covid Lockdown: Traders and Transport Joint Co-ordination Committee & JKEC met Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar

Covid Lockdown: Traders and Transport Joint Co-ordination Committee & JKEC met Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar

Srinagar: On 10th of June, a delegation of All Traders and Transport Joint Coordination Committee and JKEC led by Chairman Mr.Abrar Khan along with President Peer Imtiyazul Hassan and top leadership from trade and transport met Deputy Commissioner Srinagar Shahid Iqbal Coudharywhere discussion on relaxation and restrictions on trade and transport as held. The Prominent social activist InamunNabi was also part of the delegation from the civil society.
As per the statement issued by the spokesman of ATTJCC & JKEC reads, that an elaborate discussion was held and it was agreed that the unlocking cannot be in haphazard manner and has to be done in phases after due deliberation. The Deputy Commissioner Srinagar impressed upon the delegates to take every possible measure for the protection of people. The suggestion to start transport was also tabled and some decisions to the effect regarding fare, sensitization of vehicles and no. of passengers with the protection of passengers and drivers as a paramount priority was discussed. In the meeting, it was decided that a detailed action plan will be made within 2 days and if all Standing Operating Procedures are met, the probable date of starting services will be Monday. As per trade is concerned, it was discussed that it will be gradually released in subjugation to suggestions and approvals from authorities.
All Traders and Transport Joint Coordination Committee and JKEC proposed a proper training for the drivers and traders in coming days it was further decided that no hasty decisions will be made.
Later the trade and civil society delegates appreciated the efforts of District Administration Srinagar in general and Deputy Commissioner Dr.Shahid Iqbal Choudhry in particular for their efforts in fighting the covid-19 and hailed the Dr Iqbal Choudhry for taking every measure for the safety of people.(Kashmir Glacier)

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