KEA invites business community to join hands


Srinagar: Valley’s business community met here at Taj Vivanta to discuss ways and means to promote economic sectors in the State.

The meeting was called by Kashmir Economic Alliance (KEA) in which prominent businessmen participated.

The businessmen resolved to work together to pressurize state government for trade-friendly policies.

The businessmen pointed out large scale corruption as the reason which discourages young entrepreneurs from venturing into business.

 Chairman Hoteliers Club Mushtaq Chaya said they will support all the initiatives for the promotion of the trade. “Business sectors have numerous problems which need to be resolved gradually by taking up the one by one with the state authorities,” he said.

He further said: “We should not leave any stone unturned to get our problems resolved. We should ensure that government takes us on board while formulating any policy for the trade. Unless and until trade bodies participate in the decision making in the government, the trade won’t move ahead,” said Chaya.

On this occasion KEA chairman M Yasin Khan said they would ask government to take the business community on board before finalizing any decision regarding the trade.

Those who were on the present include Zahoor Ahmad Wtali, M Shafi Trumboo, Mushtaq Ahmad Burza, Sultan Mir, Mr. Altaf Ahmad Gunna, Arjun Amla, Baldev Singh, Ajaz Ahmad Bhat, Mohd. Ismaeel Beigh, Nasir Kawoosa, Abdul Rahim Guroo, Abdul Raouf Trumboo,Talib Hussain, Amin Kanwal, Zahoor Trumboo and Tariq Ghani.

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