Volatile situations created in a planned manner to hurt Kashmir economic growth: KCCI

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Newspoint Bureau
Srinagar, April 12
In a statement, issued here today, the KCCI said that “ever since 2014 floods, situations are being created on one pretext or the other to disrupt the peace, particularly in the Valley, which result in the death, maiming and blinding of a large number of people of all age groups.” The Kashmir Chamber of Commerce & Industry on Wednesday claimed that volatile situations were being created in Kashmir since 2014 floods to “suppress the economic growth of the state”. In a statement, issued here today, the KCCI said that “ever since 2014 floods, situations are being created on one pretext or the other to disrupt the peace, particularly in the Valley, which result in the death, maiming and blinding of a large number of people of all age groups.”
“KCCI & Industry considers it its bounden duty to warn the powers that be that the above referred acts of omission and commission are continuously crippling the economic sectors of the Valley such Tourism, Handicrafts, transport, horticulture and not to speak of education and health sectors,” said the statement. The Chamber also condemned the recent killing of innocent youth and expressed its solidarity with the bereaved families during a special meeting held under the chairmanship of its president Mushtaq Ahmad Wani.
“We urge the govt. to act in a manner that safety and security of human life is ensured besides taking measures to help bring peace and stability in the Valley thereby leading to normal Socio-economic activity take place.”

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