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Srinagar:  Fail to remember Kashmir, Jammu businessmen are going through the brunt of the lockdown.

Jammu’s fruit buyers
are the worst hit by way of the present disaster in Kashmir. The iciness capital’s
differently busiest Narwal Fruit Mandi is these days receiving simplest 200 to 250
apple vehicles in opposition to 500 vehicles all over standard instances.

“Mainly there
may be very much less industry task in Kashmir. All the apple produce is bought in
native Mandis of Kashmir, which has hit industry in Jammu,” Rajesh Gupta, former
president of Jammu Fruit Sellers Affiliation, Narwal, instructed The Kashmir Track.

 

Gupta famous that
the communique clampdown has compounded the issue as they may now not
touch their opposite numbers in Kashmir.

“For the remaining two
months, we now have now not been ready to touch our sellers and growers in Kashmir.
Even we don’t know when vehicles will achieve Jammu. We concern costs of apple might drop
additional,” Gupta mentioned.

Buyers declare
that submit abrogation of article 370, commercial sector of Jammu on my own have
suffered Rs 500 crore loss. 

“Jammu and
Kashmir is an intra-state economic system and there’s a main dependence of Jammu
buyers at the Kashmir marketplace. The whole lot, with the exception of ration and medication, has been
hit within the state. There’s a droop within the industry these days, which may take
time to recuperate,” mentioned Rakesh Gupta, President Jammu Chamber of Trade and
Industries

Buyers declare
that the producers of the area were not able to recuperate bills from
their shoppers in Kashmir.

“We don’t have any
touch with the patrons in Kashmir. Bills value crores of rupees are held up
with the buyers within the valley and all the determine is somewhat tough to
assess,” a dealer from Jammu mentioned.

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In Kashmir, the
losses, as according to the estimates of Kashmir Chamber of Trade & Industries
(KCCI), have crossed over Rs 6,000 crore within the last longer than two months after
the Centre abrogated Article 370 and 35A .

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