Trade: (Mirza Abdul Rehman elected President ACCI)

ATTOCK/ISLAMABAD: Founder president of Attock Chamber of Commerce (ACCI) Mirza Abdul Rehman was elected as president of the Chamber in the annual elections.

Ayaz Adil was elected as Senior Vice President, while Arshad Mughal was elected as Vice President of the ACCI, says a press statement issued here on Tuesday.

Senator Haji Adeel, Senator Haji Ghulam Ali and others have felicitated Mirza Abdul Rahman on his election and hoped that he will resolve the issues of business community and guide them in thick and thin.

Speaking on the occasion, Mirza Abdul Rehman who is member of Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry’s (FPCCI) Businessman Panel and has served as VP FPCCI said that he will try best to come up to the expectations of the business community.

He said that unprecedented cooperation between Government and Army has improved overall situation in the country and infused confidence in the masses as well as business community.

He said standoff between government and business community on withholding tax on banking transactions is not in the national interest and it should be resolved immediately as objectives of the tax and not that are cited.

He said success of political and military front is heartening which calls for special incentives for the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Fata and Balochistan.

He lauded COAS Gen. Raheel for spending Eid with forces engaged in war against terrorists at Waziristan and later at Khyber Agency which speaks of his exceptional leadership skills and determination. The economic corridor, forex reserves situation, reduced inflation and peace in Karachi will go a long way in restoring confidence of masses, he added.

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