ISLAMABAD–President Mamnoon Hussain on Tuesday appreciated the role of Tribal Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry Khyber Pakhtunkhawa (TACCIKP) for promotion of trade and economic growth in tribal areas.
The President was talking to a delegation of Tribal Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry Khyber Pakhtunkhawa (TACCIKP) at Aiwan-e-Sadr. The members of delegation included, inter alia, Senator Haji Ghulam Ali, Founder President TACCIKP, Mr. Shaihd Ur Rehman, President TACCIKP, and Mr. Muhammad Shoaib Khan, Senior Vice President TACCIKP. Mr. Muhammad Shehzad Arbab, Secretary Commerce and senior officials of President’s Secretariat were also present in the meeting.
Welcoming the delegation from TACCIKP, the President said that the present government was undertaking all possible measures to improve the law and order situation in the country in order to provide conducive atmosphere to both domestic and foreign investors adding that security apparatus and armed forces of the country were valiantly fighting the militants to wipe out terrorist infrastructure.
The President stated that the present government was trying its best to resolve the energy crisis as it has top prioritized the addressing of energy issue and in this regard work on numerous energy projects has already begun. The President emphasized that reliable and uninterrupted supply of energy is vital for the economic and social development of Pakistan.
The President expressed government’s resolve and commitment to tackle all the issues of business community with the active support of all segments of society.
The President reiterated the resolve for providing an enabling environment for growth of business activities in tribal areas. The President also urged the Ministry of Commerce to look into and resolve the issues of TACCIKP on priority basis.
The delegation from TACCIKP thanked the President for meeting and assured that TACCIKP would continue making contributions toward national economy.
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