RAWALPINDI (PPI) - Chairman Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP) Sheikh Anjum Bashir has said that TCP has stored 0.37 million tones of sugar to curb the shortage of sugar in the holy month of Ramazan. He was exchanging these views with the President Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) Syed Ali Raza Saeed Shah during his visit to the Chamber here on Monday. Senior Vice President Mian Ateeq, former presidents Sheikh Shabbir, Hussain Ahmed Ozgun, Amanullah Khan, Asad Mashadi and Executive Committee members were also present on the occasion. He said that TCP requires some time to import the goods according to rules it takes 126 days to import any goods from abroad. Anjum Bashir said that TCP only deals with the issuance of tender, imports of goods and storing them in godowns according to government's direction it has nothing to do with the price control. He said that to ensure free and fair process TCP invited the representatives from the Chambers as the part of TCP's board of governor. He further said that TCP would enhance the working relations with the business community. Speaking on the occasion, the President RCCI lauded the role of TCP in the uplift the national economy. He hoped that owing to the recent steps taken by the corporation there will be no shortage of sugar in the coming month of Ramazan.