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JAMMU: Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh has conveyed his reservations on draft excise policy 2021 to the J&K UT Government.. Dr Jitendra has suggested some modifications in the draft so that genuine cases are not affected.
MoS PMO Dr Jitendra Singh, who is presently in Assam, has taken cognisance of the demand of J&K Wine traders. The JK UT govt has been suggested by Dr Jitendra Singh to look into the genuine demands of wine traders before finalising the J&K excise policy 2021, sources informed.
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