PESHAWAR (APP) - Sarhad Industrial Employers Association demanded the issuance of fresh SRO for inclusion of district Nowshera in the category-B of the Prime Ministers Relief Package for economic revival of the terrorism affected areas of the province. The demand was made in a meeting of the association held at Associated Industries, Amangarh; district Nowshera with president, Omar Khalid Waheed in the chair. Those who attended were included vice president, Fazal Wadood Khan, Fasih-ul-Haq (general secretary) Arif Raza Qureshi (Deputy GM Cherat Cement), Mohammad Ashfaq Paracha (President, Industrial Estate Risalpur) Shaukat Ali Khan (Premier Sugar Mills, Mardan) and Iftikharullah Khan. The association thanked the provincial government in general and federal government in particular for inclusion of the industrial units of district Nowshera in the category-B of the Prime Ministers package. However, they called for issuance of proper notification regarding extension of the incentives of category-B of the package to units of the district. The association expressed concern over power load shedding, saying that the terrorism had already brought the industrial sector on verge of collapse and they were below their capacity, while the electricity load shedding is playing havoc with it. The meeting called for exemption of the industrial units of the terrorism affected province of load shedding and extension in the waiver of property tax. They said that previous government exempted industrial units of the industrial estates of property tax, which is now on verge of lapse. They called for extension in the time period of waiver of the property tax. The industrial employers said that tobacco, cement and sugar mills a big mean of the national revenue were not included in the PMs package and called for extension of the incentives of the package to the industries.