KATI: Imran Khan vows low priced energy for industry

Chairman Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan vowed to provide low priced energy to industry if his party would get success in upcoming elections. While addressing to a gathering of Industrialists and Business community in Karachi at Korangi Association of Trade & Industry (KATI) Imran Khan said that without keeping business community on board no country can progress. He said that unemployment is become the largest problem of the country and industrialization is only solution to this problem. He said that due to short term and flawed planning in energy sector industry is paying higher prices of energy which is one of the basic causes of declining exports. He vowed that if PTI would come into power, competitive to regional energy prices would be charged from the industry.

On this occasion President of KATI Tariq Malik, Senior Vice President Salman Aslam, Vice President Junaid Naqi, Rashid Ahmed Siddiqui, Zubair Chhaya, Senator Abdul Haseeb Khan, Khalid Tawab and other also expressed their views. Tariq Malik Said that Imran Khan takes a clear stance on national issues, he is a visionary leader and now Pakistan is in real need of change. Rashid Siddqui said that Imran Khan raised common people awareness on corruption issue and gave them voice. He said that in 2013 election Karachites showed tremendous support to PTI but wasn’t reciprocated by the leadership. He also urged the chairman PTI to raise voice for issuance of delayed refunds of business community at FBR and low price energy for the industry. Zubair Chhaya also stressed the point that Karachi has given a chance to PTI but leadership failed to respond accordingly. He also urged that this is time to give top priority to economy in national political agenda. Senator Abdul Haseeb Khan urged the Chairman PTI to draft policies for economic revival of the country.

Responding to business community Imran Khan admitted that he couldn’t focus Karachi accordingly. He sees only solution for Karachi’s ironies in directly elected mayor. He also repeated his demand of early election. Answering to a question regarding repeated sit-in he said that in democracy this is a political right. He also said that government didn’t tackle situation of the religious party dharna amicably in Islamabad. He said now government should tell on who’s direction the controversial amendment was made. He also warned that if FATA would merge in KPK, hawk of terrorism can get strength against in the region.

On this occasion leadership of PTI Asad Umer, Arif Alvi, Khurram Sher Zman, Shamim Naqvi, Ali Zaidi, Imran Ismail and other were also present.

Photo Caption: President KATI Tariq Malik presenting KATI shield to Chairman Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan. At the occasion Senator Abdul haseeb khan, Rashid Ahmed Siddiqui, Zubair Chhaya, Khalid Tawab, Salman Aslam, Junaid Naqi, Johar Qandhari, Umer Rehan, faisal Vawda and others.

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