Islamabad, February 19, 2014 (PPI-OT): Central Organizing Secretary of Traders Action Committee Islamabad and President, Traders Welfare Association of Aabpara Market Ajmal Baloch along with a delegation of local traders visited FPCCI Capital Office Islamabad and congratulated Munawar Mughal on being elected as Vice President of Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
ICCI Senior Vice President Khalid Chaudhry, FPCCI Vice President Sheikh Imtiaz, ICCI Vice President Mirza Muhammad Ali and representatives of various markets were also present at the occasion.
Addressing the traders, Munawar Mughal said he is fully cognizant of the issues of business community and has come to the FPCCI with a strong determination to work for resolving their issues. He said local traders are facing great difficulties due to absence of a balanced rent control and urged upon the government to focus for its early promulgation. He said his doors would always remain opened for traders.
Speaking at the occasion, Ajmal Baloch, Central Organizing Secretary of Traders Action Committee said the business community of the federal capital is feels proud on the dynamic leadership of Munawar Mughal because he fully understands traders’ problems and will play his role for addressing the same.
He said rent control act and residential facilities for small traders are the burning issues of local traders. He said businessmen played crucial role in the development of Islamabad, but were still facing residential problems as CDA has eliminated plots quota for traders. It is high time that government should pay urgent attention to this important issue.
He appealed to FPCCI to provide its support for resolution of traders’ residential problem. He on behalf of whole local business community assured full cooperation to Munawar Mughal in his efforts aimed at promoting business interests of local traders.
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