KARACHI – Pakistan Waste Products Association (PWPA) has announced unconditional support the Businessmen Panel Pakistan in the forthcoming elections term 2019 of the Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI). The decision and announced after the meeting of the Businessmen Panel delegation comprised of various members including Zakaria Usman, Saquib Fayyaz Maggon, Shoukat Ahmed, Khurram Saeed under
Leaders of PWPA said that we appreciate the nominations of presidential candidate, former chief minister Balochistan, Allauddin Marri and SVP’s candidate Chaudhry Muhammad Hussain Zahid, endorse them for the nominated positions and hope that they will play their role for the betterment of trade, industry and economy of Pakistan. The united business group performed below par and did nothing for the business community. Doors of federation house have been closed for the true businessmen and the apex body of the Country’s trade and industry became a place to make conspiracies against the business community instead of bringing resolution to their problems.
PWPA leaders assured of their complete support to the Businessmen Panel and said that the business community is very disappointed from the current occupant leadership of the FPCCI and consider the BMP as savior given to the current business environment.
Leaders of the BMP thanked the association’s leaders on the occasion and said that the purpose of Businessmen Panel is to serve the business community across country. We have been in the front rows in every situation and always stood by the true businessmen of Pakistan. Opponents have nothing but fake promises and speeches to deliver to the business community. We have nominated the best candidates on merit who will play pivotal role for the betterment of trade, industry and economy in accordance to the recommendations of the business community from across Pakistan. The effective proposed leadership of BMP will help country in curbing the economic problems including trade and current account deficits which have been accumulated to more than $ 20 bn.