Islamabad: Ahsan Zafar Bakhtawari, president of the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI), has asked the government to get a seat on the Capital Development Authority (CDA) Board so that business problems can be solved and business can grow. This was reported on November 23.
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The president of ICCI said that all of the city’s markets and industries are represented in ICCI. Having a permanent seat on the CDA Board will help the business community’s voice be heard in CDA matters. He also talked with the CDA Officers Association about removing encroachments from markets, making Islamabad look better, helping markets and industries grow, and making sanitation better.
During the meeting, the president of the CDA Officers Association, Ch. Amir Shehzad, agreed with the idea that ICCI should have a seat on the CDA Board. He was told that the Association and ICCI will work together to protect the interests of CDA officers.