Pakistan Int’l Trade Fair will make significant impact on our bilateral trade relations with world: Chairman F&E FPCCI

KARACHI: Abdul Rahim Janoo, Chairman FPCCI Standing Committee on Fairs & Exhibitions and Trade Delegations has stated that FPCCI will organize Pakistan International Trade Fair (PITF) in August, 2016 for which he has called meeting of his Committee on 17th Feb to finalize arrangements of PITF and other Pakistan solo exhibitions.

While discussing on PITF, Rahim Janoo said that Pakistan International Trade Fair will be the first ever event of its kind in Pakistan which will make significant impact on our bilateral trade relations with the world. He expressed his optimism that FPCCI’s counterparts in different countries particularly from China, India, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Iran, Turkey, Nepal, Afghanistan, European and CIS countries will participate in this exhibition. Moreover, its regional pavilions like SAARC, ECO, OIC, ASEAN and D8 may also be organized in PITF. He further said that this international exhibition will go a long way in projecting economic activities which would also become a source of attracting the foreign investment as well in Pakistan. Rahim Janoo further said that PITF will be a regular event of FPCCI.

He further informed that FPCCI will also organize Pakistan pavilion in different international exhibitions in China, India, Tanzania, Uganda, Turkey, Vietnam and solo exhibitions in Nepal and Norway.

The Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Nasir Khan Durrani in the light of the report of the enquiry committee has dismissed SDPO Katlang Mardan Abid-ur-Rahman from service with immediate effect.

According to details, the IGP had suspended SDPO Katlang Mardan acting DSP Abid-ur-Rahman on charges of misuse of powers, bad reputation, links with smugglers and illegal assets and had also ordered departmental enquiry against him. An enquiry board headed by DIG and consisting of senior police officers was constituted to probe the allegations.

The enquiry board completed its enquiry today against the suspended SDPO Katlang and submitted its report to IGP in which all the allegations had been substantiated against the suspended DSP. The IGP in the light of the report of enquiry board has dismissed the already suspended DSP Abid-ur-Rahman from service with immediate effect and a notification to this effect was also issued today.

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