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Pottery industry to be facilitated: Parvez

September 4, 2020 02:11 AM


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A delegation of the All Pakistan Pottery and Ceramic Manufacturers Association headed by Muslim League leader Ch Safdar Warraich called on Speaker Punjab Assembly Ch Parvez Elahi on Thursday.

Delegated included President Ch Zaman Iqbal, General Secretary Raja Waqas Ahmad, Haji Azam Remani and office-bearers of the association. Secretary Punjab Assembly Mohammad Khan Bhatti was also present in the meeting.

The visitors apprised Parvez Elahi about their problems so that he could play his role to get these fixed. Parvez said the problems of the All Pakistan Pottery and Ceramic Manufacturers Association are being solved on a priority basis. He said pottery is a domestic industry.

Special concession will be given in the electricity and gas bills, in this regard instructions have been given to Wapda, Gas, Social Security and other departments to fully cooperate with the pottery industry. Ch Safdar Warraich expressed gratitude to Parvez Elahi for his efforts to solve old problems of the pottery industry.



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