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PIAF-Founders Alliance gets warm welcome in Major Markets and Industrial during election drive

September 24, 2018

Lahore, September 24, 2018 (PPI-OT): Maintaining its track record, the PIAF-Founders Alliance will made a clean sweep by winning all seats of the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Associate Class in the LCCI election for 2018-19 being held on Monday 24th Sep for Corporate Class and on Tuesday 25th Sep for Associate class. These views were expressed by the trade bodies of the Lahore during a month-long campaign. A Grand dinner of PIAF Founder Alliance is also being held tonight PAF Falcon complex, Gulberg III, Lahore which would be attended by more than thousand traders and various market representatives.

PIAF leadership, during their campaign, paid rich tribute to trade bodies for their supports and assured all traders that PIAF-Founder Alliance will continue to serve them like the past. The Alliance leaders pledged to continue to raise voice for the solution of the problems being faced by the business community. The participation of large number of market representatives in grand dinner was enough proof to make the point that the business community wanted continuity in the policies introduced by the PIAF-Founders Alliance.

The Alliance leaders including Mian Misbahur Rehman, Mian Anjum Nisar, Mian Muhammad Ashraf, Irfan Iqbal Sheikh, Mian Shafqat Ali, Muhammad Ali Mian, Malik Tahir Javaid and Abdul Basit Khawaja Khawer Rasheed Zeshan Khalil and others threw light on Alliance manifesto and promised to resolve the issues being faced by the businessmen attached with different sectors.

The Alliance leaders and candidates when reached McLeod Road were received by Sewing Machine and Auto Markets leaders and pledged to support the Alliance candidates in upcoming LCCI election. At Ferozepur Road, Chaudhry Mahboob Ali Sirki Khadim Hussain and other trade leaders welcomed the Alliance leadership and candidates.

Chaudhry Mehboob Ali Sirki on the occasion announced that all Ferozepur Road businessmen would support Alliance during Chamber of Commerce and Industry elections. At Montgomery road, Abid Market, Mozang, Anjuman-e-Tajran leaders arranged a reception in honour of PIAF-Founders Alliance.

Speaking on the occasion, Associate Class leaders Muhammad Ali Mian, Sheikh Muhammad Asif, Irfan Iqbal Sheikh said that Montgomery road, Abid Market, Mozang businessmen would be given proper representation in the LCCI standing Committees. Babar Mahmood and company also welcomed alliance candidates during hall road Market visit. He assured that all traders are with alliance and they will not vote for opposition group.

On the occasion Alliance leadership said that it was on record that despite multiple challenges the outgoing LCCI leadership utilized all energies to keep the wheel of the economy on the run. The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry spared no stone un-turned to safeguard the interests of the business community and it would continue to do so in future as well.

They also appreciated the trading community role in preparation of LCCI budget proposals. They said that the Alliance had decided to give special focus on Solar Energy, Halal Food, Textiles and Textile Made-ups, Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals, High Tech Engineering, Footwear and Embroidery sectors during the year to ensure an early economic turnaround.

The Alliance leaders said that these sectors had been given representation for upcoming LCCI elections with an objective to highlight the challenges being faced by these important sectors. They said that the areas of economy had been taken in the Alliance fold as they merit due public-private sectors attention.

For more information, contact:
Pakistan Industrial and Traders Associations Front (PIAF)
110/s Kot Lakhpat Industrial Estate, Lahore, Pakistan
Tel: +92-42-5123522
Fax: +92-42-5123522

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