RCCI president vows to focus on resolving key issues of traders


Rawalpindi, OCT 1 /DNA/ – Newly elected office bearers and executive members of the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) have taken oath of office. Saqib Rafiq as President of Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce for the year 2022-23, Muhammad Hamza Sarosh as Senior Vice President and Faisal Shahzad as Vice President sworn. Group leader Sohail Altaf administered the oath of office to the newly elected officials and executive members.

Group leader Sohail Altaf said that the country’s economy is facing difficulties at the moment and hailed the appointment of the new Finance Minister Ishaq Dar. He said that the business community has a lot of hope. However, the business community is very concerned about the deployment of FBR staff within the Business premises and strongly condemns it, it amounts to harassment, he added.

In his address on the occasion, newly elected President Saqib Rafiq said that his first priority will be to make Rawalpindi the center of commercial activities and to provide maximum facilities to the Chamber members. Close liaison with all government institutions and business associations will be enhanced. SM Naseem also congratulated the newly selected team for taking charge of their positions.

Senior Vice President Hamza Sarosh, Vice President Faisal Shahzad also addressed the event and assured that they will work as a team and leave no stone unturned for the betterment of the business community.

Former Presidents Major retired Amanullah, Jalil Malik, Najam Rehan, Dr. Hassan Saroosh, Abdul Rauf Chaudhry, Asad Mashhadi, Mian Humayun, Raja Aamir Iqbal, Zahid Latif Khan, Shahid Saleem, Nasir Mirza Outgoing President Nadeem Rauf, Executive Members, A large number of Chamber members including representatives of Anjuman Tajran Sheikh Hafeez, Shahid Ghafoor Paracha, Sheikh Siddique, Arshad Awan, Taj Abbasi, Chaudhry Iqbal, President of Small Chamber Tariq Jadoon, President of Dadu Chamber Zubair Khan, Nadeem Sheikh, and members were present.