LAHORE: As many as 15 city markets, trade groups and industrial areas have so far announced their support for the PIAF-Founders Alliance in the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry I elections being held on September 22 and 23.
According to the spokesman of PIAF-Founders Alliance, President of All Pakistan Paper Merchants Association (APPMA) Mian Amjad Hussain, President Anjuman- e- Tajran Urdu Bazaar Khalid Pervez, President Anjuman-e-Tajran Steel Sheet Market Anjum Butt, President Anjuman-e- Tajran Steel Sheet Market Shaheed Ganj Muhammad Ashfaq, President Anjuman-e-Tajran Sarai Sultan Raja Fayyaz, President Marble Markets Ferozepur Road Chaudhry Mahboob Ali Sirki, President Anjuman-e-Tajran Ashrafia Complex Akbar Rasheed, President Anjuman-e-Tajran Anarkali Ashraf Bhatti, President Anjuman-e-Tajran Hall Road Babar Mahmood, Shabbir Labha, President Anjuman-e-Tajran Hide Market Khawaja Khalid Siddiq, General Secretary Khawaja Sajjad, Chairman Textile Processing & Printing Association Sheikh Muhammad Ayub and Chairman Lahore Township Industries Association Chaudhry Zaheer Bhutta, in a meeting with the Alliance leaders Sheikh Muhammad Arshad and Sheikh Muhammad Asif, announced to support to the PIAF-Founders Alliance in the LCCI elections being held on September 22 and 23.
“They said that the Alliance is moving in the right direction and sincerely working for the cause of the business community. They said that the Alliance has got various issues of business community solved from the platform of the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry. They said that only PIAF-Founders Alliance could move ahead for betterment of business community. Therefore, they have decided to support the Alliance’s candidates,” the PIAF –Founder Alliance spokesman held.
Earlier, traders of Hafeez Centre hosted a reception while traders of Liberty Market hosted a dinner in honour of the PIAF-Founders Alliance candidates for Associate Class. Alliance candidates for Corporate Class have also accelerated their door-to-door campaign and are getting massive response from the industrial sector.