Dr Shahid Iqbal convenes meeting with Srinagar trade bodies
‘Mechanism involving planned formulation, coordinated execution of developmental projects to be put in place in Srinagar’
SRINAGAR, FEBRUARY 23: Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, Saturday convened an introductory meeting with trade bodies of Srinagar city.
The meeting with traders bodies representing some 250 markets across the Srinagar district also included grievance-appraisal wherein concerns facing the trading community and the general public were brought to the notice of the new DC.
Several concerns were raised on the occasion some of which included congested traffic situation in the City, encroachment of roads and streets by vendors, problems in the drainage network, prevailing shortage of essential supplies among others.
The DC while acknowledging the concerns raised said he aims to put in place an administrative mechanism involving planned formulation and coordinated execution of developmental processes which should ensure trouble-free and smooth development.
He called on the trade bodies to be in touch with administration and join him in his aim at putting in place an effective and responsive administration.
Dr Shahid Iqbal assured the representatives of addressing each one of their issues even as he sought their cooperation.
ADDC Purnima Mittal and ADC KK Sidha were also present in the meeting.