Our Special Correspondent
Lahore: The PIAF-Founders Alliance (PFA) leaders have 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 a recent function during current week was enough proof to make the point that the business community wanted continuity in the policies introduced by the Alliance.
The PIAF Founders Alliance (PFA) leaders, including Mian Anjum Nisar, Mian Muhammad Ashraf, Mian Misbahur Rahman, Mian Shafqat Ali,Tariq Hameed, Iftikhar Ali Malik, iIrfan Qaiser Sheikh, Mian Abuzar Shad, Bashir A Buksh, Mohsin Raza Bukhari, Tariq Hameed, Sheikh Muhammad Asif, Irfan Iqbal Sheikh, Ijaz A Mumtaz, Malik Tahir Javed and Abdul Basit, LCCI president Almas Haider and chairman PIAF Mian Nauman Kabir, senior vice chairman Nasir Hameed Khan, vice chairman Javed Iqbal Siddiqui and other senior leaders shed light on Alliance’s manifesto and promised to resolve the issues being faced by the businessmen attached to different sectors during their recent tours of major markets and traders associations of Lahore
PFA associate class leaders Sheikh Muhammad Asif and Muhammad Ali Mian said that keeping in view of the past experience, it seems quite difficult to cause a dent in the formidable unity of existing alliance of “The Founder’s and the “PIAF” in the provincial metropolis. They said that we firmly believe in rule of law, promotion of democratic system and strengthening of national economy by safeguarding the interests of traders. They said that Alliance had decided to introduce sector specialists as their candidates for the LCCI Executive Committee with the sole objective to forward solid proposals to the government for economic progress and prosperity.
PIAF Chairman Mian Nauman Kabir said PIAF Founders alliance success story lies in last sixteen years and we have delivered that why who business community is with us, the opponent group even don’t have any manifesto, he added. He said that all the PFA candidates are capable and they have been finalised with the consultation of market representatives. He said that despite unprecedented crisis at national level, all efforts were made to restore the confidence of the business community. PFA leaders strng belief and hoped the business community would repose confidence in Alliance in the larger interests of the economy of the country.
Nauman Kabir said that corporate class candidates have already been elected unopposed and associate class will clean sweep as well on Tuesday 24th September viz election day for Associate class of Lahore chamber of commerce and Industry. He further said the Alliance would continue to serve the business community in the larger interest of economy and would urge government to form business friendly policies.