18 Wednesday, October, 2017
sky is clear

Jammu Chamber of Commerce & Industry

KV Network, Published date : 11, October 2017

Jammu: The Jammu Chamber of Commerce & Industry (JCCI) Wednesday welcomed the statement issued by Sham Lal Choudhary, Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control assuring that the Artificial Lake Project on River Tawi shall be completed within four months. 

“It is pertinent to note that the Dy. Chief Minister has termed Artificial Lake Project as a non viable / big scam to which the Chamber of Commerce & Industry reacted sharply stating that after spending crores of rupees of public money how could Dy. Chief Minister issue such a irresponsible and baseless statement,” the statement issued from JCCI said.

The Chamber President Rakesh Gupta, according to the statement reposes full faith in the assurance given by Sham Lal Choudhary and expects that the concerned agency responsible for the construction of said project will seek consultations from the premier institutions like IIT to solve the problems and hurdles if any and make sure that this dream project which will attract thousands of tourists to Jammu City becomes a reality soon.”

Update: 12 injured during clashes in Wallerhama Pahalgam

18, October 2017 12:27:19     KV ONLINE

Angry mob beats up three men accused of braid chopping in Sopore

18, October 2017 11:52:37     KV ONLINE

Forces 'vandalize' militant's houses during night raid in Shopian

18, October 2017 11:10:00     KV ONLINE

Seven civilians injured in firing on LoC in Poonch

18, October 2017 10:42:32     KV ONLINE

Dead body recovered in South Kashmir

18, October 2017 10:14:49     KV ONLINE

Pakistan army violates ceasefire in Balakote, Manjakot sector

18, October 2017 09:48:14     KV ONLINE

Braid chopping: Shutdown, protests across Kashmir continue

18, October 2017 01:43:32     KV Network

Terror funding case: Court extends judicial custody of 10 accused

18, October 2017 01:41:40     KV Network

Army men thrashed in Kangan, another beaten in Uri

18, October 2017 01:39:40     KV Network

Govt wakes up to victims needs

18, October 2017 01:32:42     KV Network

Braid Chopping: We can’t book innocents: DGP

18, October 2017 01:28:54     KV Network

Biometric fails to light up in Government schools

18, October 2017 01:26:53     KV Network

Mehbooba condemns killing of PDP worker

18, October 2017 01:26:28     KV Network