Lahore, October 28, 2020 (PPI-OT):A delegation of Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) led by its President Mian Tariq Misbah ur Rehman called on Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar at his office and discussed matters about the traders and industrialists. The CM assured to early solve the problems adding that PTI government is business-friendly and his office is always open to the business community. The government is creating the culture of ease of doing business to promote trade and industry, he added.
The LCCI’s one-window operation model will be extended to industrial estates and abolishing of the annual fee of Hajj and Umrah tour operators will be reviewed. The water tariff issue will also be solved and the committee under Commissioner Lahore will be reactivated to resolve the problems of the commercial markets. Traders will also be given representation in this committee, he added.
The CM announced to construct new parking plazas in Lahore and asked the traders community to identify land for this purpose. I am saddened over losses of traders due to Hafeez Centre fire and steps will be taken for compensation of losses in the light of recommendations of a committee constituted for this purpose, the CM added. The consultation process will continue and problems of small traders will be solved on a priority basis, concluded the CM. LCCI’s senior vice president Muhammad Nasir Hameed, vice president Tahir Manzoor Ch. member Shahrukh Jamal and secretary industries were also present.
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