KPBAC Asks KP Chief Minister For Provision Of Office, Staff

KPBAC asks KP Chief Minister for provision of office, staff

PESHAWAR, (Pakistan Point News - APP - 10th Nov, 2016 ) : Chairman, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa business Advisory Committee (KPBAC), Mohammad Riaz Khattak and general secretary Adnan Jalil Thursday asked the provincial government for honouring all commitments made with them to operationalize the panel in true sense. Talking to media men here in the Regional Office of the Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FPCCI), he appreciated the establishment of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Economic Zones Development and Management Company (KPEZDMC).

President, Mardan Chamber of Commerce & Industry (MCCI), member KPBAC, Zahir Shah, Sartaj Ahmad Khan of Chitral Chamber and Ashfaq Afridi of Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (Smeda) were also present on the occasion. They said that the company is progressing on right track therefore they demand the acquisition of the 600 kanal land of FP Textile Mills. Jehangira to hand it over to KPEZDMC for the establishment of high-tech industries zone.

They said that for the formation of the committee they are grateful to provincial government, which had issued formal notification in this regard. However, they are still awaiting the fulfillment of the commitment for the allocation of office for the committee in the CM Secretariat and provision of staff. They reminded the chief minister for the fulfillment of his commitment made in this regard. The committee, they said is comprised of 23 members with 15 representatives from private and 8 members from public sector respectively.

Furthermore, the committee also has representation of all chambers of the province. The Business Advisory Committee, he said has been established with vision of becoming strong arm of the provincial government and strengthen the province economically. They said that they are going to organize Second Regional FPCCI Achievement Awards shortly, where both Governor and Chief Minister will be invited. They said that for attracting investors, the facilitation of businessmen is inevitable.