JAMMU, June 29: A delegation of office bearers of Traders Federation Ware House Nehru Market, led by President Deepak Gupta, called on Lt Governor Manoj Sinha and submitted him a charter of demands highlighting the issues and demands of the traders and people of Jammu as a whole.During the meeting, Deepak Gupta raised the issue related to traders and demanded that e-way limit in Jammu and Kashmir should be raised from Rs 50 thousands to one lakh like in most of the State. He also requested to extend the time limit of e-way bill taking into consideration the hilly roads of this UT.Deepak Gupta said that the goods which are shifted from godowns /cold storage to shops should be treated as stock transfer. “If there is mention in the bill “for shifting of stock” from one place to another place, there is no need to generate a fresh e-way bill. But officials of GST department resort to undue checking of our vehicles carrying goods from Lakhanpur to Jammu and on way to Kashmir for un-necessary harassment of traders,” he said.Demanding ownership rights for warehouse, Deepak Gupta also requested that separate land should be allotted to shopkeepers to construct godowns so that they can store commodities and save the edible commodities from scorching heat and torrential rains.Raising the issue of change of land use, Deepak Gupta said that after the removal of Article 370, there are some problems at the ground level which should be addressed. He also opposed the smart parking rates and said that the roadside parking fee was four times more expensive than a normal parking lot.Raising the issue of Gair Mumkin Khads, Deepak Gupta said that despite the Government direction to settle the issue in a time bound matter, no final outcome was seen on ground despite a lapse of four months. He also raised the issue of power and water crises in Jammu and non availability of Senior Doctors in Government Medical College Hospital Bakshi Nagar Jammu.The Lt Governor gave a patient hearing to the visiting delegation and assured that he will pass necessary directions to the concerned Principal Secretary for early consideration of the demands.The delegation comprised of Munish Mahajan, Abhimanyu Gupta, Sham Lal Langer, Vishal Gupta and Amit Gupta.