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Security Plan for Federal Capital should be revised - Syed Adil Anis July 01, 2011
Meeting at ICCI
A delegation of Traders Welfare Association I&T Centre G-8/1 comprising of Ch. Abdul Ghaffar, Mr. Saeed Ahmed Bhatti and Ch. Nasir  led by its President, Chaudary Muhammad Saeed has visited Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry (ICCI) and discussed the various issues faced by the traders.

Speaking on the occasion, Syed Adil Anis, Acting President ICCI said that several roads have been blocked because of security reasons by Islamabad Police. Unnecessary barriers should be removed from various places for the facilitation of general public and traders, he added.

He said that DG passport office was located near I&T Centre G-8/1, barriers on this road should be removed by Islamabad Police. General public and business activities of the market were affected very badly due to these unnecessary placements of barriers, he said.

Acting President ICCI urged to revise the security plan for Federal Capital and requested Mr. Binyamin, IG Islamabad Police to make a strategy for removal of these barriers for the facilitation of traders and public.

Ch. Muhammad Saeed, President, Traders Welfare Association I&T Centre G-8/1 said that a trader’s delegation has also visited Mr. Tariq Pirzada, Chief Commissioner, Islamabad. The Chief Commissioner asked AC, industrial area to remove these blockages but so far no action has been taken.

Ch. Abdul Ghaffar, General Secretary, Traders Welfare Association I&T Centre G-8/1 said that blockage of passport office road was completely unjustified. He urged to remove these barriers, otherwise traders would protest, he maintained.   

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