FPCCI: (Military courts to stabilise democracy, ensure peace: Business Community)January 4, 2015
ISLAMABAD: Chairman of the Founder Group of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce Abdul Rauf on Monday said military courts would not be misused and they would stabilise democracy and ensure peace in Pakistan which will trigger economic activities.
The business community will be able to discharge their duties with peace of mind after a long time after terrorism is uprooted therefore we fully back courageous initiatives by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and COAS Gen. Raheel, he said while speaking at a ceremony held in the honour of newly elected VP FPCCI Mian Akram Farid and Chairman Coordination FPCCI Malik Sohail.
Speaking on the occasion, Mian Akram Farid who has twice served as president ICCI and chairman of FPCCI Capital office, said that he will try best to serve the business community and resolve their outstanding problems.
He said that we have full faith in the leaders of UBG including Iftikhar Ali Malik, SM Muneer, President FPCCI Mian Idrees and others and we unconditionally support their all moves aimed at welfare of business community.
Mian Akram Farid said that government should take steps to transfer benefit of receding oil prices to masses and reverse decision to jack up gas prices as it will hurt production sector.
Newly elected Chairman Coordination Malik Sohail said that terrorists are now cornered and alienated therefore our leaders should not waste time over petty differences or useless legal issues to fully support armed forces.
He said that failure is not an option in the ongoing war against those who have disturbed our social order.
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