KARACHI - Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) Senior Vice President Abdul Majid Haji Mohammad, Vice President Rasheeduddin Rashid, Javed Ahmed Vohra and Chairman Communication Sub-committee Khurran Saigal has expressed their grievance and disappointed against new levies of PTA on universal Access Number (UAN) users. In a statement on Friday, Abdul Majid Haji Mohammad said that today businesses and industries are suffering from various problems like frequent power failure, high lending rate, instable political and economic situations, while another threat is being again faced by business community in the shape of newly imposed heavy charges on UAN users by PTA. Imposing of new heavy charges by PTA is unjustified and it holds huge negative impact and ultimately there will be no more user exist taking advantages through UAN service, Abdul Majid Haji Mohammad said. He said the KCCI being premier body representing the business community of Karachi and financial hub of the country received complaints from its valued members that PTA imposing new levies in form of categories A to D ranging exorbitant charges from Rs20,000 to Rs500,000 in advance for next 05 years which is unjustified and a heavy burden on users who are already paying a huge amount to the authority. KCCI leaders demanded of PTA to avoid imposing these levies on UAN users due to current economic and business scenario, where business houses are being shut-down.