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FPCCI needs genuine leadership to solve businessmen problems: Riaz Khattak

ISLAMABAD .UNS. Chairman BMP federal capital and former Vice President of FPCCI ,Mohammad Riaz khattak has said that F PCCI is very important body and playing vital role in business activities in the country .In a statement he said that the coming election of the body is very important. Since 5 years UBG under leadership of SM Munir ruling Fpcci since last 5 years,but they failed to solve business related issues in the country.
During PML N Govt SM Munir was appointed chairman TDAP but he use this plat form for spending millions of $ in exhibition abroad but in those exhibition he sent only his favorite people of only to gain vote from Chamber and his bad managment resulted in decline of export tremendously to 18 b $ from 25 and eventually was was removed after 5 years
Fpcci current set up during last 5 years send delegation out side of non concern people and business community was ignored
He said every year they made export trophy award function by getting huge amount from those people who had nothing exported but just to get trophy from president or pm ( this need to be audited )
FPCCI Account was used on out side travels like an New York (2018)Chamber But the people visited there was non of them involve in business, He demanded that the concerned authorities should audit of FPCCI account.He further said that most of their activities was photo just session with concern people who has no role in business
Business community problem accumulated so much that they are now shifted to BMP, the real plat farm of business community

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