Deliver services to people: Alam ask CAPD employees
Srinagar, Feb 12: The president of Jammu and Kashmir Food and Supplies Association, Khursheed Alam on Tuesday appealed to the Consumers Affairs and Public Distribution (CAPD) employees to provide services including delivering ration and other commodities to people despite the prevailing situation in the Valley.
In a statement Alam appealed to the CAPD employees to provide all support to its director Mushtaq Ahmad in the endeavour. Alam also appealed respective Deputy Commissioners to issued orders for considering the identity cards of the employees as curfew pass.
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