LAHORE - It is high time that the US government should come up with a comprehensive package for the economic revival of Pakistan instead of giving suggestions for imposing more taxes on the flood-hit people. These views were expressed by Sohail Lashari and Iftikhar Ali Malik, leaders of PIAF-Founders Alliance Associate Class candidates in statement on Friday. They said that unprecedented devastation caused by the floods had ruined the economy that would take many years to get back on its feet. An early decision to this regard was of much importance otherwise the situation was fast heading towards point on no return. The Alliance leaders said that a little attention by the developed countries could go a long way in mitigating the miseries of millions of people. They, however, appreciated the European Union for adopting a resolution to grant trade-related concessions to Pakistan. They said that Pakistani textile made-ups were the best of the best and once they were given duty-free access to Europe, the economy would take a positive turn. The Alliance leaders also took a strong exception to the government for further raising the electricity tariff and termed it unjustified in the wake recent floods in the country. They said that the government should reconsider the decision that would prove last nail in the coffin of the industry crawling due to high cost of doing business. The Alliance leaders soon after the LCCI elections scheduled for September 21, the LCCI leadership would take up the issue of high tariff with the government so that the business community could be able to do business with peace of mind. They said that the Alliance had also decided to start consultations with the diplomatic community in Pakistan for their help for the economic revival of the country. Meanwhile, PIAF-Founders Alliance Associate Class candidates M Yousaf Shah, Fahim-ur-Rehman Saigol, Ilyas Majeed Sheikh, Sohail Azhar, Shahid Maqsood Butt, Wajid Ali, Khawaja Khawar Rasheed & Mian Maqsood Ali persisted their market visit and visited Multan Road, Photo Goods Market, Chamberlane Road, Hall Road and Mall Road. Business community assured its full support the PIAF-Founders Alliance in the Associate Class elections being held on September 21st.