Chaya Led Delegation Meets CS 

SRINAGAR — A delegation of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Kashmir Chapter headed by its Chairman Mushtaq Ahmed Chaya held an interactive meeting with Chief Secretary B. V. R. Subrahmanyam, on Friday in his office chamber at Civil Secretariat Srinagar spending 45 minutes with him. 

The session was held to discuss the issues pertaining to the Tourism, Trade, Education, Industry & Commerce and other sectors of the State.

On the onset, the delegation of PHD Chamber extended gratitude to chief Secretary for including PHDCCI Kashmir as member in Industry Advisory Committee, thereafter the delegation sought the intervention pertaining to the non-implementation of Budget announcements especially the Government Order of Finance Department for Treating Hotels and Resorts at par with industry for Payment of Power Tariff, and reimbursement of GST to Hotels under MSME Act at par with other Industries. 

The delegation also sought intervention in different issues of Industries and Commerce and Education sector. A detailed representation was submitted where issues and suggestions of every sector of state economy was submitted.

The Chief Secretary`s openness and his enthusiasm towards development of state had impressed PHDCCI. The Chief Secretary talked of his plan and shared his vision. We have also been give an idea and patient hearing was given to all of our issues raised. The Chief Secretary told the delegation that action speaks louder than words and assured us that he will act and will do best in the interest of State. 

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