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September 11, 2010

LCCI office-bearers


September 11, 2010

LAHORE: Pakistan Industrial Association Forum’s Founders Alliance has won all the seven Corporate Class seats of the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry executive body as six candidates out of 13 withdrew their papers, a statement said on Thursday.
The alliance candidate for women seat was elected unopposed. Those who made their way into the executive committee of the LCCI are Sheikh Muhammad Arshad, Farooq Iftikhar, Sheikh Muhammad Ayub, Mian Rehman Aziz, Mian Ghulam Murtaza Shaukat, Imran Aslam and Shahid Faraz.
However, the election for the eight seats of Associate Class will be held on September 21, according to the schedule and there will be no election on 20, the statement said.
Those who have filed their nomination papers for Associate Class are Muhammad Yousuf Shah, Fahim-ur-Rehman, Shahid Maqsood Butt, Sohail Azhar, Khwaja Khawar Rasheed, Mian Maqsood Ali, Ilyas Majeed Sheikh, Chaudhry Wajid Ali, Raja Hassan Akhtar, Muhammad Nawaz, Syed Irfan Ahmad, Muhammad Shakeel, Omer Farooq, Muhammad Rukhsan, Mian Shabbir Ahmad, Muhammad Yaseen, Sheikh Muhammad Munir; and Sheikh Unees Arshad.
Lotte PPTA and KP Chemical, subsidiaries of LOTTE Korea and their employees donate for the relief & rehabilitation for the recent flood victims in Pakistan
Karachi : Lotte Group, the South Korean conglomerate, has played its role in helping alleviate the misery of flood affectees through its subsidiaries, in the face of the recent floods that have devastated and washed away major parts of Pakistan. The total cash donation by the group is Rs. 21.5 million so far.
KP Chemical, the majority shareholder of Lotte PPTA and subsidiary of LOTTE Group in Korea, donated Rs. 10 million to the Prime Minister’s Flood Relief Fund, as part of its contribution towards flood relief efforts. Mr. Soo Young Huh, CEO, KP Chemical, presented the donation at the Head Office of KP Chemical, Seoul to Mr. Saleem H. Mandviwalla, Minister of State and Chairman Board of

Investment, and Mr. Shaukat Ali Mukadam, Pakistan’s Ambassador to Korea. On this occasion, Mr. Huh, expressed his grief and extended his consolation to the people who have been rendered homeless by the floods.
Mr. Asif Saad, Chief Executive, Lotte PPTA, also presented Rs. 10 million to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Yusuf Raza Gilani in Islamabad, underlying Lotte PPTA’s commitment towards the relief and rehabilitation of flood affectees. The monetary contribution by Lotte PPTA is aimed at extending support to the affectees and facilitating efforts for providing immediate relief in the shortest possible time.
The employees of Lotte PPTA as well as KP Chemical Korea also made a voluntary donation amounting to Rs. 1.5 million, showing their commitment to the people of Pakistan. It is a matter of great pride that foreign employees of a company which has only recently entered Pakistan shared the grief of flood affectees. The LOTTE group remains committed to its endeavors in Pakistan and will continue to standby the country in difficult times.**

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