No passes required for essential goods vehicles: IGP Kashmir

The Kashmir Walla needs you, urgently. Only you can do it.

The Kashmir Walla plans to extensively and honestly cover — break, report, and analyze — everything that matters to you. You can help us.

Most Read This Week

Srinagar: Amidst the ongoing lockdown ordered by the government to prevent spread of coronavirus, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir Vijay Kumar (IPS) on Wednesday said that no passes are required for load carriers carrying essential goods from Inter state or within state.

IGP Kashmir said that “No passes are required for load carriers carrying essential goods from one state to another or within the state. However they are not allowed to carry passengers. Driver and helpers are advised to carry letter from vehicle owner”.

He further said that this will help in uninterrupted supply of essential goods in J-K. (GNS)

Choose a plan as per your location

Latest News

Bhopal gas tragedy: Perpetrators used ‘dummy’ firms to keep business on

Nearly three years after toxic gases from a Union Carbide Corporation’s (UCC) factory killed an estimated 15,000 people and...

More Articles Like This