LAHORE (APP)-The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) Monday strongly condemned the terrorist attack at Naval Air Base Karachi and other parts of the country which resulted in loss of precious lives and injuries to several innocent citizens. The body regretted that such terrorist incidents were playing havoc with the national economy and the life of people. FPCCI president Senator Haji Ghulam Ali, at a meeting, said that economic policies pursued by the government had started yielding positive impact on the national economy but the terrorist incidents were hitting the fruits of successful foreign investment. Former president FPCCI, VP SAARC CCI Iftikhar Ali Malik has urged unity among the people to boldly counter the menace of terrorism. He has earnestly appealed to all the political parties, especially the religious parties and groups, to unite and frustrate the evil designs of anti-Pakistan forces. He reiterated that the business community would continue to extend support to the state to weed out terrorism and extremism. President LCCI Shahzad also said that entire nation stands united against the acts of terror in the country and business community will not allow such unscrupulous, disgruntled elements to play with the destiny of nation. He assured to extend all out support and cooperation to govt to eliminate the menace of terrorism. All VPs of FPCCI Khalid Tawab, Dawood Usman Jakhura, Fazal Elahi, Tariq Shafi, Ch Aamer Ata Bajwa and Muhammad Akbar Khan fully endorsed the views of federation chief for supporting the govt to fight against terror. The LCCI?Monday strongly condemned terrorist attack at Mehran Naval Air Base and said that the cowardly act of terror cannot deter the commitment to fight terrorism. In a statement issued here, the LCCI Senior Vice President Sheikh Mohammad Arshad said that the government needs to review its policy on terrorism as the methodology adopted in the past had failed the stem the acts of terror in the country. He said that repeated terror incidents had spoiled the countrys image and no foreigner is willing to visit Pakistan what to talk of doing business with Pakistanis. Sheikh Arshad urged the government to convene a roundtable of all the political parties and business community to make a consensus policy to cope with terrorism that has jolted the very basis of the country. He said that it was very strange that despite all our efforts, the terrorists were attacking the place of their choice and killing innocent people. The LCCI Senior vice President said that any further delay in taking a strong stand against terrorist would cause undue damage to the country therefore the Prime Minister, the President and all the Chief Minister should sit with the politicians and business leaders to evolve a methodology to get rid of this menace.