UDA demands financial package for J&K Buisnessmen

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JAMMU, Jun 15: United Democratic Alliance (UDA) demanded special financial package for shopkeepers, transporters, hoteliers, lodges owners and other businessmen of Jammu and Kashmir and loan waiver in view of lockdown and losses suffered by the traders.
Speaking in the meeting held here on Monday, Col (Retd) S.S Pathania, Co-Convenor, United Democratic Alliance (UDA) said that the businessmen have suffered losses due to unplanned lockdown enforced in the country due to outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, which put the traders under shock.
“Small shopkeeper, transporter, taxi operators, auto rickshaw mini bus, bakers, tailors, Dhabas, restaurants, dry cleaners and other allied activities were shut down to honour the lockdown decision of the Government of India, which must now come to the rescue of business community,” he said.
Col Pathania demanded a financial package, waiver of loan, remission of electricity bills, income tax waiver and school fee waivers so that the business houses may rehabilitate the staff, which would ultimately benefit the society.
Among others who were present in the meeting include Manish Sahni, Retd. IGP Sudhir Dogra, Rajiv Mahajan, Krishan Manhas, Rajesh Kesari, Vikrant Kapoor, Pritam Sharama, Satish Ponshi.

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