PIAF-Founder Alliance’s campaign for LCCI elections underway

LAHORE: Pakistan Industrials and Traders Associations Front (PIAF)-Founders Alliance is continuing successfully its campaign for the Associate Class of the upcoming Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) elections.

PIAF-Founders Alliance (PFA) candidates along with their leadership and supporters have, for the last three days, visited major markets of Lahore including Urdu Bazaar, Gantpat Road, Abkari Road, Rahman Galian and other adjacent markets, said PFA spokesman Abdus Saboor on Sunday.

A large number of market leaders and traders welcomed the Alliance candidates and leadership and showed complete trust in them, he claimed.

During their visits, he said, the PFA leaders have pledged to continue to raise voice for the solution of the problems being faced by the business community. The presence of a large number of market representatives during their visits was an ample proof to make the point that the business community wanted continuity in the policies introduced by the Alliance.

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Campaign leaders Sheikh Muhammad Asif and Irfan Iqbal Sheikh said that it seemed now difficult to dent the formidable unity of existing alliance of The Founders and PIAF in the provincial metropolis.

They said that they firmly believed in rule of law, promotion of democratic system and strengthening of the national economy by safeguarding the interests of traders. The Alliance had decided to introduce sector specialists as their candidates for the LCCI executive committee with the sole objective to forward solid proposals to the government for economic progress and prosperity, they added.

PIFA leaders hoped that business community would repose confidence in Alliance in the larger interests of the economy of the country.


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