PIAF Founder alliance poised to sweep Lahore Chamber Election


Abid Raza

Lahore Sept 24 : President Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry Anjum Nisar Thursday said that PIAF Founder alliance is posed to clean sweep the annual election of Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry tomorrow consecutively for 18 years.
Anjum Nisar while talking to President SAARC Chamber and Chairman Founder Group Iftikhar Ali Malik said that all major markets and thousands of representatives of traders across the city overwhelmingly extended full fledged support to alliance candidates by reposing confidence in our top leadership which always safeguarded the interests of business community at local provincial and federal levels.
Iftikhar Ali Malik who is also chairman United Business Group in FPCCI and founder chairman Pak US Business Council said that Lahore Chamber, pioneer trade body in the country,always acts as a bridge between the government and the business community. It has always tried to ensure a business-friendly environment through sharing views with the government and by taking all the stakeholders onboard on all the economy related issues. He said alliance has been strong enough for the last 18 years and continue its mission to protect the interests of the business community after sweeping election on Sept 25 and Sept 26 next while remaining committed to the cause of development of the country.
Mian Muhammad Ashraf, Chairman PIAF FOUNDER alliance, chamber,Mian Nauman Kabir, Sh Muhammad Asif, president Irfan Iqbal, SVP Ali Hussam Asghar,VP Mian Zahid Jawaid,Mian Muhammad Ali,Waqar Ahmad Mian, internationally acclaimed SME expert and founder general secretary SAARC Chamber octogenarian Rehmat Ullah Javed and others were also present on the occasion.
Iftikhar Ali Malik thanked the business community for launching successful election campaigns for the alliance candidates. He said that the best of the best educated candidates with integrity representing the different important markets have been fielded with consensus of local trade leaders.