Indefinite lockdown serious infringement on traders’ rights: KCCI

Srinagar, August 14 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) has termed the indefinite lockdown of business establishments in the territory especially Srinagar as a serious infringement on the rights of the business community to earn a livelihood.

The KCCI spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar said that despite full cooperation extended by the general public and the business community, the authorities appeared to be running around in circles since the previous five months and seem oblivious to the fact that the business community of Kashmir is presently in the 13th month of a disruption which has wiped out enterprises and devastated the economy.

He said, students stand deprived of quality education due to the non-availability of required internet speed, popularly referred to as 4G. What prevented the authorities from providing broadband connections to the students or parents? he questioned.

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