KARACHI (APP) - President FPCCI Sultan Ahmed Chawla has focused on clear, transparent process and speedy action for compensation to arson-hit shopkeepers to restart their businesses. He also requested FPCCI Member Bodies to ensure that estimated losses caused by arson in M.A. Jinnah Road markets be fairly declared by the affectees so that FPCCI can consolidate a report in this regard and make a campaign for the funds required for compensation. Boulton Market, Chhati Galli and other markets along M.A. Jinnah Road were allegedly set on fire on December 28, coinciding with 10th Muharram -ul- Haram, which resulted in loss woth billions, said a FPCCI statement here. Addressing a meeting of Karachi- based member trade bodies of the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) here on Monday at Federation House, the FPCCI Chief appreciated the role of institutions which timely acted and raised the voice before the concerned quarters for acquisition of amount for rehabilitation work. He said FPCCI is an apex body which is working for the overall economic prosperity of the country and represents all Chambers and trade associations of the country. He said these acts of terrorism bomb blast and arson - across the board are meant to destabilise the economic process and business in the country. He emphasised that Government should strengthen the law enforcement agencies to effectively meet all kinds of challenges. Sultan Chawla suggested for a disaster management cell which should confront all such terrorist activities in the country. It should safeguard every trading market and industrial estate in the country. This would protect the traders and businesses from huge losses. FPCCI Vice Presidents Mumtaz Ali Sheikh, Muhammad Mansha Churra and Zakaria Usman, former president FPCCI, S.M. Muneer, Senator Abdul Haseeb Khan, Haji Shafiq-ur-Rehman, Dr. Mirza Ikhtiar Baig, Majyd Aziz, EC Members and representatives of the member bodies also attended the meeting.