Islamabad, January 31, 2019 (PPI-OT): Chairman National Accountability Bureau Justice Javed Iqbal has said that business community has very vital role in country’s progress and prosperity and a special desk has been established at NAB headquarters to look into the issues of business community. Talking to a delegation of Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) comprising Muhammad Ejaz Abbasi, Vice President, Malik Sohail Hussain, Chairman Coordination FPCCI, Pakistan Crop Protection Association, Qurban Ali , Vice President, FPCCI, Chaudhry Javed Iqbal, former Vice President FPCCI, Tariq Haleem , Chairman FPCCI’s Standing Committee on Ports and Shippings/ Pakistan Ships Agents Association and Atif Akram Shaikh, Former VC President FPCCI, he said a country could not progress without business community’s confidence over country’s institutions.
A special desk, headed by Director NAB Asim Lodhi, has been established in NAB headquarters for resolving the issues of business community. Asim Lodhi would also work a focal persons for maintaining close coordination with business community. He said business community enjoys respect. The issues of business community would be resolved in accordance with law of the land. Lauding business community, Chairman said NAB is national institute which wanted country’s prosperity.
The delegation lauded the efforts of chairman NAB for eradication of corruption from the country, adding that business community has complete confidence over NAB. Business community is satisfied with the performance of NAB, which is working as per law. They thanked the chairman for establishing Special Desk and appointing focal person. The delegation invited Chairman NAB to address FPCCI, headquarter, Karachi. The chairman assured the delegation to address FPCCI during his visit to Karachi.
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