MIRPUR (AJK) (APP) - President of the recently-emerged apex body of the business community of entire J & K state (AJK and Indian occupied Kashmir)- Federation of Jammu & Kashmir Chambers of Commerce & Industry Zulfiqar Abbasi here Saturday reiterated his demand for the early introduction and implementation of a liberal regime to ensure free movement of traders of Jammu & Kashmir state from both sides of the Line of Control to make recently-started trans-LoC trade a complete success. Talking to APP Zulfiqar Abbasi, who is also President of Azad Jammu & Kashmir Chamber of Commerce & Industry, said that free movement of members of the business community from both sides of LoC was imperative for the promotion of trade between both parts of the state. He demanded the introduction of liberal policy about swift issuance of travel documents for the traders seeking entry at either side of the LoC on the basis of at least a multiple entry. Zulfiqar Abbasi suggested that travel passes to the traders be issued for the period of at least a couple of years on the recommendations of Federation of Jammu & Kashmir Chambers of Commerce & Industry to facilitate them with a quick access as and when required. He also called for permission to the traders for travelling between both sides of the LoC through their own vehicles. This, he added, is the need of hour for the traders for mutual physical interaction, business deals and direct access to the markets to explore the need of the products for trading. Referring to other immediate required infrastructural facilities for cross-LoC trade, the President AJKCCI and FJKCCI said fully-loaded truck of 15 to 20 tons be allowed to ply for cross-LoC trade from both sides of LoC. The bridges on the Line of Control should immediately be replaced with concrete-made wide bridges, he demanded. Zulfiqar Abbasi revealed that working groups comprising expert traders have been constituted in Mirpur, Muzaffarabad, Rawalakot, Srinagar, Jammu and Poonch by the Federation of J & K Chambers of Commerce & Industry to prepare the list of more possible locally-produced and manufactured items for trade between the two sides of the LoC, for onward submission to the authorities for approval. He declared that trans-LoC trade of more items would, indeed, make trade a complete success on stable and strong footing.