JAMMU: The traders of the state always need to ensure high quality so that buyers are able to bag best of Kashmiri handicrafts, said J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.
Abdullah also said, “We have seen days when we did not have to seek out buyers. The wealthiest visitors would come here and take suitcases full of handicrafts for their families and friends. We have also seen days when traders would pack suitcases full of shawls and handicrafts, take the cheapest tickets and sell things outside the state to keep the trade alive.”
Abdullah said he was happy that there was rise in buyers number in Kashmir.
Moreover, the traders should avoid adulteration of silk and saffron.