LAHORE (APP) - Senior Federal Minister and Minister for commerce Makhdoom Amin Fahim has assigned the task to Pak-India Business Council (PIBC) to make proposals to remove bottlenecks in way of mutual trade between the two countries. Chairman PIBC Noor Muhammad Kasuri told APP here on Sunday that comprehensive proposals will be made in this regard after getting views from important chambers of commerce and industries and other concerned institutions of both the countries. He said that increase in trade volume between the two countries is in the interest of of people of both the countries adding that PIBC is working on it. Kasuri said that Pakistan and Indian traders use Dubai and such other channels for trade on which they have to pay freight charges and other expenditures as a result the price of their products increases and the buyers have to suffer. He said that in case of removal of unnecessary trade barriers between the two countries the people will benefit which, he added, is manifesto of PPP government. PIBC chairman also welcomed the statement of Indian foreign minister on sincerity of Pakistan's leadership. He expressed hope that such a gesture would help in restoring process of composite dialogue between both the nuclear states to improve their relations. He said that people of Pakistan have expressed concern on hurdles in Pak-India trade and demanded of the Indian government not to block the trade despite incidents of terror. He said that this is for the first time that people of Pakistan are not willing to sever trade relations despite difficult time in relations between both the countries adding Indian government should feel the change and avail the opportunity for boosting trade. Flour mills to supply 70,000 atta bags The Pakistan Flour Mills Association (PFMA) has announced to supply 70,000 bags of atta to Sunday Bazaars. According to the PFMA spokesman, the measures are being taken to ensure smooth supply of atta in the City with the help of the Food Department. The flourmills will supply atta in their own trucks at Sunday Bazaars, the spokesman added. improvement in sanitation system demanded The Social Welfare Society Ghousia Colony (SWSGC), Link Wahdat Road has demanded of the Wasa authorities to improve the sanitation system in the colony. In an appeal to the Wasa here Sunday, President SWSGC Mian Iftikhar Ahmad said the sewerage line in Bajwa Street remain choked as a result the water gushes out from manholes all the day long due to which the residents of the colony face great hardships in their movement. He said that a number of complaints were lodged to Wasa Sub-division, Iqbal Town and (XEN) Samanabad to redress the problem but to no avail. The society urged the MD Wasa to take notice of the situation and issue necessary directions to the official concerned to rectify the situation.