Cooperation Of Business Community Sought For Vaccination In Srinagar 

Delegation Of PHD-Chambers Of Commerce & Industry Kashmir Call On DC Srinagar

SRINAGAR:  The Deputy Commissioner Srinagar Thursday sought cooperation from the business community to complete Covid vaccination process in the district.

He was speaking during a meeting with the delegation of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Kashmir Chapter led by its Chairman, Baldev Singh Raina Thursday called on the Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz Asad to acknowledge the contribution of ‘Corona Warriors’ during the Covid-19 pandemic.

During the meeting, the delegation put forth several suggestions with regard to the livelihood scenario of district Srinagar and overall Covid-19 containment and management aspects.

The delegation stressed that collective efforts of stakeholders and Administration are necessary to defeat the Covid-19 pandemic and strict adherence to the Covid-19 SOPs and vaccination is the only remedy to control the infection of deadly Coronavirus virus.

The DC sought cooperation from the business community to complete Covid vaccination process in the district.

They said people should come forward for vaccination for the expected jump in vaccine inoculation to safeguard every one  from Covid-19.

The delegation also brought various issues pertaining to socio-economic development, livelihood security for marginalised besides revival of Business and Tourism industry.

The delegation also demanded that public parks and gardens be thrown open for public with strict adherence to Covid-19 protocols.

The DC gave patient hearing to the delegation and assured that all their issues will be taken with concerned for early redressal.

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