PESHAWAR - Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Business Advisory Committee (KP-BAC) chairman Muhammad Riaz Khattak and general secretary Adnan Jalilon on Thursday urged the provincial government to fulfil all the commitments it made with KP-BAC.

Talking to journalists in the regional office of the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FPCCI), the chairman and general secretary appreciated the establishment of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Economic Zones Development and Management Company (KPEZDMC), a historic achievement of the provincial government.

They said that the company is progressing on the right track and therefore they demand the acquisition of 600 canals land for FP Textile Mills. They said that they are grateful to the provincial government which had issued a formal notification in this regard on their advice, adding that they are still awaiting the fulfilment of the commitment for the allocation of an office for the committee in the CM Secretariat and provision of staff.

The reminded the chief minister for the fulfilment of his commitment, which he had made in this regard. They revealed that the committee is comprised of 23 members with 15 representatives from private sector and eight from public sector respectively.

The committee also has the representation of all chambers of the province, they added.

The chairman said that a business advisory committee been established with the vision of becoming strong arm of the provincial government and to present the problems of the business community before the provincial government.

The officials said that they are going to organise second regional FPCCI Achievement Awards shortly, where both the governor and the chief minister will be invited. They said that facilitation of businessmen is inevitable for attracting investors.