Election campaign for FPCCI is in full swing
LAHORE: Election campaign for the coming elections of the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce is in full swing and many Associations and Chambers have announced their support to the Businessmen Panel across the country.
Due to the leadership of the Progressive Group in Lahore Chamber of Commerce and the leadership of the Pakistan Business Forum in the Federal Chamber elections, a total of six voters from three other organizations, including the Travel Agents Association Executive Committee and General Body members, gave their full support to the Businessmen Panel.
Mian Anjum Nisar, Chairman, Businessmen’s Panel, was present on the occasion of support announced by these organizations. Presidential candidate Irfan Iqbal Sheikh and other leaders of the businessmen panel were present while Pakistan Business Forum Lahore President Ijaz Tanveer, Progressive Group President Khalid Usman and other senior leadership such as Abdul Wadud Alvi, Ali Imran Mohsin Bashir and others were also present.
Officials of the Travel Agents Association (TAAP) North Zone Punjab Chairman and EC Member TAAP Imtiaz-ur-Rehman Chaudhry on the occasion. Chairman Tape North Zone. Syed Yousuf Jamil Rizvi. Chairman Businessmen Panel Mian Group Chairman and EC Member Tape Mian Amir Saeed. EC Member Tape North Zone Punjab Fayyaz Ahmed. Central Senior Vice Chairman Tape Pakistan Ilyas Chaudhry. Former Chairman Tape Pakistan Agha Tariq Siraj. EC Member Tape North Zone Hassan Masood Mirza and a large number of voters from the Federal Chamber and members of associations were present on the occasion.
Chairman Businessmen Panel Mian Anjum Nisar and Presidential Candidate Irfan Iqbal Sheikh thanked the leadership of Pakistan Business Forum and Progressive Group for their continuous efforts to support the voters. The leadership of Pakistan Business Forum and Progressive Group is not only in Punjab but also in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh and Balochistan are active in the Federal Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FCCI) Businessmen’s Panel to run an effective election campaign.