NC committed to welfare of traders, artisans: Nasir

Excelsior Correspondent
SRINAGAR, Dec 1: Representatives of Kashmir Trade Union today discussed their issues with provincial president National Conference Nasir Aslam Wani at party headquarters.
During the meeting they discussed the issues concerning the trading community, artisans and others in the wake last year’s devastating flood.
The NC leaders were informed how the Government has turned its back on the traders and failed to address their problems.
The issue of the casual and adhoc appointees in Power, Health and Rural Development Departments also came in for the threadbare discussion during the meeting.
The trade union representatives informed the NC leader that due to non-serious approach by the Government because of which they were suffering badly on the economic front and their source of earning had taken a hit.
The delegations recalled the various initiatives taken by the NC led Governments over the years for the benefit and welfare of the artisans, traders and employees. He claimed that Late Sheikh Abdullah was the first one to implement Pay Commission in the State and his successors  Dr Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah followed his foot steps in keeping the interests of employees, traders and artisans first.
NC leadership assured the delegations that it would continue to strive for their welfare and address their genuine grievances. It decried the apathy of  the incumbent Government towards their genuine demands.
The meeting was also attended by joint secretary NC Trade Union, GN Telbali, Ejaz Ahmed Khan from EJAC, Shabir Ahmed Mir and Javed Ahmed Kochak.

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