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Indian traders threaten to suspend business with PoK


Poonch: Traders in Jammu and Kashmir have threatened to suspend business with their counterparts in the Pakistan occupied Kashmir alleging that they are resorting to monopoly.

The traders from both sides held a meeting at Chakan-da-Bagh crossing point in the district in which the Indian traders conveyed that Pakistan side must allow all the items agreed upon by both the sides to be traded from Chakan Da Bagh crossing point as well.

“There are several items which are traded from Uri in Kashmir, but the Pakistan side does not trade those items here,”

“The Pakistani traders also resort to unfair practices as they keep our fruit laden trucks for several days and then return the rotten fruits,” Arun Kumar, an Indian trader said.

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