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Need to formulate proper regulations for Mobile Phone Businesses - Mahfooz Elahi / CDA should take market unions in confidence before taking any action - Mian Parvaiz / Strong leadership requires for protection of rights in Markets - Munawar Mughal September 23, 2011
Meeting at ICCI
A delegation of Islamabad Mobile Phone Association led by its Chairman, Mian Parvaiz has visited Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry to discuss the various issues faced by Mobile Phone venders. Munawar Mughal, Chairman, Founder Group, Zafar Bakhtawari and Chaudary Waseem were also present on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, Mahfooz Elahi, President, ICCI said that second hand mobile phone business has become very risky, Government should formulate proper regulations for mobile phone businesses to evade risk factors. Mobile phone dealers should demand copy of CNICs from individuals while making any deal, he added.

He assured full Corporation of ICCI and said that Islamabad Chamber always supported all trade associations in promotion of their interests so that business community could get a hassle free environment for growth of business activities.

Munawar Mughal, Chairman, Founder Group said that strong leadership was required for protection of rights in markets. He said that traders should develop unity and solidarity in their ranks and collected efforts should be launched to fight for their rights.

Mian Parvaiz, Chairman, Islamabad Mobile Phone Association said that Capital Development Authority (CDA) should take market unions in confidence before taking any action. He also highlighted the problem of demolishing of a stationer shop by enforcement staff of CDA which was totally unjustified.