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CDA Union to cooperate in resolving issues of trade and industry October 09, 2016
Meeting at ICCI
 
A delegation of CDA Union led by its Secretary General Ch. Muhammad Yasin and President Auragzeb visited Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry to congratulate the new office bearers and assured support for resolving the CDA related issues of trade and industry.
 
Addressing the delegation, Khalid Iqbal Malik, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry said that maximum problems of business community were related to CDA and better cooperation of the civic body was essential to facilitate the growth of business activities. He said Union should act as a bridge between CDA and ICCI for resolving key issues of entrepreneurs.
 
He said new Chairman CDA Sheikh Anser Aziz was a businessman and business community has lot of expectations from him. He said CDA Union should cooperate with its Chairman so that he could deliver up to the expectations. He said role of CDA employees was important in improving the performance of the civic body and assured that ICCI would support the efforts aimed at protection of legal rights of CDA employees.
 
Ch. Muhammad Yasin said that business community was playing key role in the development of the city and assured that CDA Union would cooperate in redress of its issues. He said many departments of CDA have been transferred to Islamabad Metropolitan Corporation in hurry while all stakeholders should have been taken on board before doing this.
 
Aurangzeb, President CDA Union said that transfer of CDA employees to IMC has put at stake the future of 15000 CDA employees as this action has created lot of concerns in employees. He said CDA Union would support inclusion of sitting ICCI President in CDA Board and said that ICCI should also support our efforts for protection of employees’ rights. 
 
Khalid Malik Senior Vice President, Tahir Ayub Vice President ICCI and Khalid Javed Chairman Founder Group also addressed the meeting and urged that CDA Union should play positive role in resolving problems of trade and Industry. They also assured their support for protection of legal rights of CDA employees.

 
 
 
 
   
 
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