Pulwama- A delegation led by the CEO of wanposh e-Rickshaw company Tanvir A. Malik along with Mrs Anita Sengupta and other members met IAL President Haji Muzaffer regarding introduction of e-Rickshaw & e-Cart services within IGC Lassipora. Bashir Ahmad (VP), Muhammad Shafi (Gen. Sec.) and Sarwar Malik (Fin.Sec.) were also present in the meeting.
Jammu and Kashmir's largest industrial estate IGC Lassipora introduced new-age battery powered e-rickshaw vehicles. The CEO of Wanposh company is offering the brand assurance of quality and performance. E-rickshaw vehicles can result in better savings. In addition, unlike motorized vehicles, when rickshaws are introduced they emit no air pollution, waste no fuel, and make no noise. E-Rickshaws provide the most efficient way to move labours or goods to a short to medium distance within industrial growth centre, Lassipora.
In a statement President -IAL said that introduction of e-Rickshaw within our estate will provide employment to locals and underprivileged who lost their source of livelihood during the coronavirus pandemic. It will also provide a means of convenience to employees working within the estate to reach to their workplaces on time.
Financial Secretary IAL said initiative is aimed at generating employment opportunities as well as to make IGC Lassipora "self-reliant" estate in J&K.
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