JAMMU MAR 17: Seeking early restoration of cross LoC trade between Indian and Pakistan via Chakan da Bagh Poonch, Youth National Conference Provincial President Ajaz Jan today hoped that the current uncertain spell will end soon which will go a long way in assuaging the aspirations of traders.
Jan said that Trade Felicitation Centre Chakan da Bagh Poonch recently came under heavy mortar shelling from Pakistani side and administrative block of TFC has been damaged. He hoped that the damaged infrastructure would be put in place and efforts redoubled to resume the trade.
In his interaction with workers at Sher-e-Kashmir Bhavan, Mr Jan said that good neighbourly relations between the two countries will ameliorate the lot of border dwellers. He, however, expressed concern over the callous attitude of the state government in neglecting the border people, saying that shelling victims are yet to get any assistance in terms of compensation or construction of bunkers.
Ajaz Jan also asked state government to shun its hostility towards the border sufferers and attend to their needs on priority.
“Government is not even bothering to release compensation of those who lost their lives in shelling or whose structures and property were lost in shelling “Jan said.
Those other who spoke are Rohit Bali, Rohit Sharma District president YNC Jammu, Zamir Muslim Qureshi, Tajinder Singh, Raiz Mohmmad, Nitin Goswami, Subash Chander, Amit Sharma , Sushant verma, Sakib Khan, Kanwar joot Singh, Retish Koul, Retish Gupta, Vikas Sharma and others. (PTK)