LAHORE - The LCCI major opposition groups, the Progressive and Customs Association Alliance along with several other trade bodies, have announced to constitute an LCCI Services Complaint Committee to work as a pressure group with a view to assist those members who face any trouble to resolve their trade and industry related issues at Chamber.

This was decided at a grand reception by the Alliance held in honour of trade bodies’ leaders of the provincial capital including traders of Bilal Ganj market, Badami Bagh Market, Ferozepur Road, Rehman Galiyan, Brandreth Road and Hall Road etc.

The speakers included Alliance president Ch Amjad, chairman Khalid Usman, PHMA chairman Taha Zamir, IHA Director Sardar Usman Ghani, Shah Alam Market Board chairman Khushnood Butt, Sheikh Shafiq Riaz and LCCI EC Member Mian Waqar. The speakers hailed the traders of the city for reposing confidence in Progressive and Customs Association Alliance, casting more than 44 per cent votes in its favour during the recent polls of LCCI. They announced to play their role as an opposition party of the LCCI, showing resolve to pursue irregularities regarding the recent election, besides exposing ‘corruption’ being done at chamber.  The gathering of hundreds of traders unanimously formed four other committees to assist the LCCI members including Customs Dry Port Committee, Local Govt Affairs Committee, Law and Order Committee and Trade Body Legal Affairs Committee. 

The Alliance, on this occasion, also decided to establish a secretariat which will work round the year to provide all kinds of assistance and help to the members of LCCI.