STATE TIMES NEWS SRINAGAR: Combined delegation of Chamber of Commerce & Industry (CCI) and All J&K Transport Welfare Association (AJKTWA) led by Rakesh Gupta and S.T.S Wazir, met Governor Satya Pal Malik here on Thursday. The delegation requested Governor for withdrawal of 9 % and 10 % of onetime tax imposed by the J&K Government on all commercial and non commercial vehicles of J&K; reconsideration of fine imposed by the Central Government under the Motor Vehicle Act 2019; revision in passenger fare after recent hike in petroleum products; relaxation in passenger tax especially of 2X2 Buses; issuance of driving licences to auto rickshaw drivers; grant of special economic package to transport sector in J&K owing to loss in business due to less tourist flow; grant of industry status to Transport sector; compensation to injured drivers, conductors and broken vehicles due to terrorist activities; creation of adequate parking places for Matadors and auto rickshaws; extension in the date of filing Income Tax Returns as assesses could not file their returns due to non availability of internet services in J&K. Governor assured the delegation due consideration of its demands.
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